Films can be a lot of things; they can be entertaining, they can be aggravating, they can be heartbreaking, and they can be motivating. Motivation is a key element to a lot of films. Sometimes you just see something on … Continue reading Tim Burton Week: Ed Wood (1994)
The sound of sawing wood and fence posts being struck permeates the backing track of the first official trailer for Fences, starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. Set in the 1950s, the trailer takes a look at race in America … Continue reading Fences – Brand New Trailer!
To celebrate the release of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Sarah looks at the great relationship between Danny Elfman and Tim Burton (yes, we know Eflman doesn’t score the new film.) It seems that when people think of Danny Elfman’s … Continue reading Tim Burton Week: The Genius of Danny Elfman
The best black comedy movies always have the same two components that have developed the movie into success. First of all, a nugget of sentimentality and humanity pulsating in the bowels of the film is key. And, usually, what you … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Swiss Army Man (2016)