To celebrate the release of The Neon Demon, read this fantastic interview with director Nicolas Winding Refn! Nicolas, you co-wrote the script and came up with the original idea. I just wanted to chat about the origins of The Neon Demon? “I wanted to make a film about beauty. So I thought what if I made it into a teenage horror film. But then I … Continue reading Nicolas Winding Refn – The Neon Demon Interview
There are a lot of movies out there set in space, and a whole heap coming our way. It seems that we’ve explored a lot of stories on earth and that the only way is to look outside of this world. This continues in Life. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, and Jake Gyllenhaal, Life revolves around six members of the International Space Station who discover … Continue reading Life – Brand New Trailer!
Everybody I know wanted to have magical powers when they were younger. Everybody. Whether it was superhero mutant gifts or spellbinding wizards, the thought of manipulating your life with a wave of your wand or a wiggle of your nose is something we still wish as “adults” today. In the movies, films have looked at magic since they could craft moving images (smooth pun well … Continue reading Happy Halloween: Best Movies about Witches
It’s very easy to dismiss horror films, especially does that come up nearly hours into a video on demand search. With films meant to be intentionally bad, sequels and reboots that are actually bad, and a lot of disappointment in the genre, it’s rare to feel excited about horror movies nowadays. So, when I wanted something banal to watch in the background of working (my … Continue reading Happy Halloween: Looking Back….Trick R Treat (2007)
Urban legends are myths, started by creatives and told huddled around campfires. They were spread at sleepovers, whispered in classrooms and eventually made it to the adult pub scene which would alert filmmakers to sit back and say, “hang on, we’ve struck gold here.” Ever since, those campfire stories have clung to our minds and horror have delectably dug into our psyches to devour our … Continue reading Happy Halloween: An Ode to Tony Todd’s Candyman
I got into Crazy Ex-Girlfriend hella late. In fact, I don’t even know what took me so long. After all, I’d loved Rachel Bloom’s previous musical work for a while. Her whole talented escapades and satirical videos are iconic and to see them unleashed in television glory is relentless glee all the time. The songs are on point, the dark humour great, and the situations … Continue reading Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – “Where’s Josh’s Friend?” Review