Sadness is addictive. There is no denying that. Just look at the throes of Facebook status, misery porn movies, and home magazines such as Take a Break that prove that we love slather ourselves with sorrow. We adore it. Which is … Continue reading Pity – Brand New Trailer!
We all float down here… It’s been a long time since Tim Curry graced our screens with his disturbing and disturbed Pennywise the dancing clown in a two part version of Stephen King’s It. In 1990, he was a pretty … Continue reading It – Review
Darkest Hour, a drama about the change in Prime Minister in Britain in May 1940 as Europe falls to advancing Nazi troops, is a triumphant return to filmmaking by British director Joe Wright. It has flaws (and I’ll get to … Continue reading Darkest Hour – Review
As mentioned by a character within a party scene, hollowing the atmosphere of joy and bringing an honest perspective to those around him, life and art is relatively futile. We go around believing we can change the world with our … Continue reading A Ghost Story – Review
With the current trend of horror movies relying on violence and gore, an old-fashioned Gothic tale always feels welcome. Going back to an interesting narrative with subtle techniques to cause panic in its audience. The Little Stranger is a film … Continue reading The Little Stranger- Review