158% of readers will be shocked by what I am about say – Drive is a driving movie that is not about cars, snappy one liners, sassy/sexy chicks, and ridiculous twenty minute chase scenes. Instead, […]
Released in 1981 after being seized back from customs, Taxi Zum Klo is one of the first films to make it to America from foreign markets. In this time long ago, far away from the countless cheap direct to DVD covers of impossibly sculpted twenty somethings of current “queer cinema”, films of “queer interest” were limited to art houses and frequently butchered in the cutting room. Though LGBT culture and life had been explored in campier tones (Rope) or as tragic tales of consequence (Midnight Cowboy), few filmmakers simply observed their subjects in their environment. The movie starts with a plain invitation on a trip through one teacher’s life between obligation and opulence.
Green Lantern brings DC Comics’ most space travelling hero to the big screen for an adventure that, while not nauseating, fails to satisfy the hardcore comic book fanbase while still treating newcomers like idiots. Okay, […]
Everyone has a story in their head they have been dying to get down on paper. Anyone that says differently is lying. Fortunately, most people lack the ability to write coherent storylines, weave character backgrounds, […]
Horror movies have a tendency to ruin cherished childhood memories. Child’s Play ruined dolls for girls and “action figures” for boys. Leprechaun made every episode of Friends and bowl of Lucky Charms terrifying. Friday the […]
Everyone needs a movie to validate their existence at some point. It might be a sappy romantic comedy to lift your spirits after a breakup, or a difficult story of endurance to give you faith […]
Twenty episodes, bitches!
I’m just going to say what we have all been thinking for a long time – the 80s was a pretty embarrassing decade. Sure, some things were pretty awesome, like the NES, Transformers, Rocky 3, […]