Written by Alexander Reams "John Carpenter’s “Halloween" has long been a staple in households during the month of October, credited with jump-starting the (presumed dead) slasher genre. The mood of a horror film can make or break it..."… Continue reading.
Tag: Jamie Lee Curtis
The Fog (1980)
Written by Nick McCann "It wouldn’t be spooky season without John Carpenter. An artist ahead of his time, titles like “The Thing,” “They Live,” and “In The Mouth Of Madness” initially met with disdain have gone on to gain affection … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "...“Ends” is the definitive conclusion that the “Halloween” franchise has needed for a long time."… Continue reading.
SXSW 2022: Everything Everywhere All at Once
Written by Patrick Hao The only thing hotter than the multiverse right now in American cinema is generational trauma, especially in narratives about the Asian diaspora. The Daniels, the filmmaking duo of Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert making their second … Continue reading.
There’s always another. Another way to get around a character’s death, another way to bring a franchise back. The “Scream” franchise has always been one to… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 93/100 I love movies. I have since I saw the first Iron Man. Films will sometimes come along and remind me why I love them. David Gordon Green’s follow-up to 2018’s Halloween is one of those … Continue reading.