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In the interest of brevity, I'm cutting this down to ten recommendations, grouped together as double features (even though their availability varies a bit). Not all are horror movies, exactly, but I think you'll agree they're all on-theme for the season. Enjoy!
My own morbid curiosity had already compelled me to sit through the first two atrocities, and I knew then that it was only a matter of time until a combination of whiskey, loneliness, and an active Netflix account would have me buckling in for one more. The title promises this is the last one, anyway. If there is a fourth sequence one day, I’ll probably watch that one, too. I’m no better.
The Unearthing, directed, produced, edited, and flat-out hustled by Tristan James Jensen, is a coming-of-age, supernatural discovery film done on a shoestring budget that surprised a lot of filmgoers at this year’s Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Film Festival.
Hosted by Jason A. Hill & Ezra Stead with special guests: Alan Tracy and Pete K. Wong. The MIDG Oscars Podcast, 2016 edition. Oscar discussion and predictions for the show Sunday night, February 28th, on ABC. Duration: 1 hour and 45 minutes. Intro Music: The Danish Girl Outro Music: Mad Max: […]
This is a particularly interesting year in that I actually really like all the Oscar nominees that I’ve seen, which is relatively rare for me.
The Strike is a unique view of domestic violence that covers many women’s issues and relationship troubles. It follows a couple as they deal with complications from an unexpected pregnancy, separation, love, and violence. It is a solid story and production for a short film produced at this level and deserves a place on any short film must see list.
The Running Man has the distinction of being one of only two movies starring both Arnold Schwarzenegger and his fellow action-star-turned-politician Jesse Ventura (if you don’t know the other one, I’m surprised you’re even reading this).
This year, in the interest of championing underdogs and holding a light to some movies you might not have been constantly hearing about since November or so, I have decided to exclude any of the Academy’s Best Picture nominees from my top ten.
Oscar discussion and predictions for the show Sunday night, February 26th, on ABC.
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Skull Island wisely sticks with its titular location and all the nightmarish but strangely beautiful happenings there.
Let’s get your first question out of the way now: “vore” is short for “vorarephilia,” a fetish involving a desire to be consumed by—or to be the one consuming—another person or creature. Yes, it is a sex thing, and yes, as per Rule 34, there is pornography for this fetish.
Baby’s Day Out is the tale of the one super-genius infant who just might be able to save a world full of nihilistic idiots from itself.
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Filmed in Utah, the 1993 coming-of-age film The Sandlot wonderfully captures the summer of 1962 through the eyes of nine middle-school boys, and—in what was certainly a case of life imitating art—this cast of unknowns would later admit that the summer they spent filming this cinematic gem was, indeed, their favorite summer.
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If you find Portlandia funny, you’ll probably like this, too… and I can’t relate to your sense of humor at all.
Dunkirk might be a hell of a ride. It’s just not much of a movie.
Brigsby Bear, is a wonderfully original, sincere, and idiosyncratic movie that manages to not only earn cruelty-free laughs from an inherently unsettling subject, but also to make a larger point about the very nature of art and entertainment, without being annoyingly meta about it.
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It is a real, hardcore, actually scary movie for grown-ups.
I have to admit I genuinely enjoy the Saw movies. They really tap into a dark, vindictive part of human nature, something possessed in greater quantities by some of us than others. The farther along you get in the series, the less plausible the plotting becomes, but even the lesser movies (i.e. the ones after the first three) deliver exactly what you’ve come to see. You sick bastard.
was 16 or 17 years old when this movie was filming, and nowhere near the set, but I’m pretty sure the only direction Howard could have possibly given Carrey throughout the shoot was a passionately shouted “MORE!!!” Possibly while throwing cocaine at him like Frank Costello in The Departed.