2020 is full of fear. Sometimes it shows up in unpredictable ways. What might help?
Spoilers for The Haunting of Bly Manor Mike Flanagan is the most consistently excellent creator working in the horror genre today. He has brought us, among other things: · Oculus – a fun, effective haunted mirror story starring Karen Gillan of Doctor Who and the Avengers movies. · Hush – a rare ‘well, what wouldContinue reading “The Haunting of Bly Manor Review”
S’up? Sorry people, I’m a week late posting already, and it’s going to be a while longer, got a lot going on! The next post is going to be long… it started about arachnophobia, but it’s mushroomed into… I dunno, something. GeekGraffiti is on the way too… I’ve done a PoC and I just needContinue reading “Bear with me…”
Hello! I want to talk about a movie which, as I write, deservedly holds a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Host, released on July 30th, might be the most topical film I’ve seen. It takes place on the Zoom video app and under the UK COVID-19 lockdown (which may or may not still be inContinue reading “Host (2020) Review”
The play’s the thing
“An intelligent, enjoyable, interesting meditation on grief, power, love, technology and quantum physics.. but it doesn’t quite land the ending..”
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Watching Uncut Gems is like having your face aggressively rubbed into a filthy nylon carpet while Aqua’s Barbie Girl is played painfully loudly on repeat. The protagonist is an irredeemable scumbag with absolutely no likeable qualities. He loves two things only: money, and the adrenaline buzz of taking moronically huge risks to make more money. A lot of the supporting characters are deeply unpleasant too.
And yet, it’s brilliant.
Absolutely delighted to say that this review was featured on the excellent Live for Films site. Check them out! Having been a huge fan of Kevin Smith since 1997’s Chasing Amy, it was frustrating having to wait until the streaming release of Jay and Silent Bob: Reboot. I’m happy to say, that wait wasContinue reading “Jay and Silent Bob: Reboot Review”