Yesterday I thought I'd watch the Smash Direct and finish my post of Refn's streaming service and that while that was happening no interesting film news would happen. Guess I was wrong... so as you're all aware the Oscars have decided that it's making a few minor changes. Best Popular Film Category? Oscars, you've got … Continue reading Best Popular Film Hot Take: Much Ado About Nothing?
Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has been working on a project sure to satisfy those looking for a place to enjoy the low-budget, forgotten movies from the past. Refn's online streaming site, byNWR.com has finally been released and promises to bring back the obscure hidden gems that you can't really get anywhere else. This site … Continue reading Is Refn’s New Cult Classic Movie Website Worth Checking Out?
Apparently on my anime kick, I decided to sit down and watch the Tokyo MX produced, Sentai Filmworks distributed series Just Because. This series is hard for me to review because man did it fuck me up, but at the same time boy is it also incredibly ‘not good’ in some regards. Don’t get me … Continue reading The Bliss of Tranquility, ‘Just Because’ Anime Review
Everyday these brave little toasters share their thoughts and we often dismiss them as nonsense. Today I share one of their stories. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsZVO41iSAg The Full story by Slot Joint Mobile Casino: I am just about ready to hand oger my ritualistic morning read of the Wall Street Journal. Particularly die hard, I know, but … Continue reading The Spam Story – Tale of a Bot Commenter
Do you like anime? Of course you do, I mean you clicked to read this didn't you? Today I have a good recommendation to you if you want to feel the dread that came with being a fan of Freaks and Geeks. Let's talk about about The Devil is a Part-Timer!. So with those … Continue reading What a Fun Show! ‘The Devil is a Part-Timer!’ (Anime Review)
I'm not going to say much on A Perfect Man (2013) because honestly, who gives a fudge about A Perfect Man. I'm just going to ramble nonsensically but this movie is lowkey hilarious. You know the dialogue is bad when I watch the opening scene and think that this is some kind of "movie within … Continue reading ‘A Perfect Man’ is Unintentionally Kinda Funny (Review)
The Denis Villeneuve directed, Jake Gyllenhaal starring mystery thriller Enemy shows a problematic clash when Adam Bell a history professor meets an actor who is his exact doppelganger. To everyone who has seen the film will agree that things are never quite as they seem and here we will debate the possible theories as to … Continue reading What Exactly is Happening in ‘Enemy’? (Debate/Theory)