Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire uses Stella Kowalski’s abusive and unfulfilling relationship as a cautionary tale to portray the importance of letting go and leaving things behind. The parallels that All About My Mother produces comes to a different conclusion, the importance opting in, letting go of your insecurities and accepting your place. The whole conceit … Continue reading How a Streetcar,a Heart Transplant, and a Prostitute Reminds Me ‘All About My Mother’?
Jean-Luc Godard’s accusation against Francois Truffaut for presenting the process of filmmaking as something fraudulently sentimental is unjustified. The words spat by Godard to disparage Truffaut and his vision is more or less a statement on the quality of Day for Night, but a blunt statement that services as proof that la nouvelle vague, French … Continue reading Farce or Fantasy? Filmmaking Through the Lens of ‘Day for Night’
A barrage of paparazzi swarm around a starlet bombarding her with a multitude of questions. One question particularly stands out, and that is whether she considers Italian Neo-realism dead? The question seems incredibly dense in company of the other questions as well as to be directed towards a pop culture icon. The question is even … Continue reading The Pessimists Paradox: The Irony, Symbolism, and Cynicism of ‘La Dolce Vita’
In the spirit of Halloween I decided to check out the Netflix "series" titled Don't Watch This and every review I've seen of it makes the same joke how the title really represents the show well. To me, Don't Watch This is quite possibly the most bafflingly incompetent show I've ever seen. So Don't Watch … Continue reading What is “Don’t Watch This”? ( Netflix Review)
We finally made it Halloween everyone, the spookiest day of the year. To celebrate the occasion, I just don’t have final animation, but arguably one of the best, that from the very beginning I knew was going to be in the 31 Spooks, was arguable one of the convincing few that convinced me to make … Continue reading Missing Halloween – 31 SPOOKS of October FINALE ( HAPPY HALLOWEEN!)
I was originally going to have the most popular creepypasta animation by Strawberry Nightmare on here, which is “I Found a Boy Inside My Walls” but I thought the story was kind of dumb. Boy? In my wall? It maybe more common than I think but how did the dope get in there in the … Continue reading On Halloween Night – 31 SPOOKS of October
Today, we communicate with the spirits… well not as much as June Crocker. June is a girl who’s been home or better yet grave-schooled, after tragedy strikes, June is raised by her foster ghosts. Michael and Zachary Barryte co-direct this delightfully charming series pilot found on Belated Media that is sure to have you dying … Continue reading Obituary: A Grave Beginning – 31 SPOOKS of October