31 Days of Halloween #27 – Mickey Dolenz and the Strangler

Night of the Strangler (1972) is a deceptive film because there is no strangling and none of the murders take place at night.  This tense thriller is a rare breed native to the… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween #28 – Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal (1981) is sexist and juvenile, but it succeeds in bringing together sex, rock-and-roll and strange visuals David Lynch would enjoy.   A spaceship drops a corvette out into space and the driver… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween #29 – Cult of Chucky (2017) is now available

Cult of Chucky (2017) is a surprisingly good time.  So this won’t be my usual nitpick metaphor analyzation bullshit review, because most of the references and in-jokes went over my head, since I’m… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween 2017 #30 – Slumber parties can be killer

Amy Holden Jones is an MIT graduate and chose to director “Slumber Party Massacre” over taking a job editing E.T., which tells me one of two things, that she’s either crazy like a… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween 2017 #31 – Visiting Hours for William Shatner

Scream Factory provides me an opportunity to decide for myself if Visiting Hours (1982) is really crap or a Canadian low-budget masterpiece. Honestly, I don’t think it’s either one, but it’s hard to… Continue reading

Who will SURVIVE the 31 Days of Halloween 2017 Marathon?

This year’s theme for the Halloween movie marathon is the burning question every slasher fan asks: who survives?  Or any riff on that question.  How do they survive? Which person survives? Do you… Continue reading

What is Star Trek: Discovery? Can you tell from episode one?

Star Trek: Discover has a lot of great things going for it, and there’s a few things erking me about it too.  I’ve only seen episode 1 and these are my thoughts.  First,… Continue reading

Ambiguity of the Movies: Kubrick, David Lynch, and Christopher Nolan #twinpeaks #movies #tv

I’ve been thinking about Twin Peaks for a bit now, letting the ambiguity of it all wash over me, and it reminds me of some other ambiguity and its purpose.  I say this… Continue reading

Twin Peaks Finale – The last home you’ll never know

I didn’t expect the last episode of Twin Peaks to be the most symbolic ever made.  Agent Cooper returned last episode and is now hot on the quest to save the day, to… Continue reading

Twin Peaks – Return of You Know Who

I can tell from the amount of views I’m getting and the ratings in general, that Twin Peaks is not devouring the biggest viewing audience.  There may be a whole lot of factors… Continue reading

The best moments of the Mayweather vs MacGregor fight – Why did we buy this?

Ok so right off, my least favorite moment of the fight was when I realized the hype had suckered me into spending 89.99 to watch a professional beat an amateur, but I guess… Continue reading

Twin Peaks ep 15 – Fire Walk with David Bowie #davidbowie #tv

In this episode, David Bowie makes an appearance as a tea kettle.  Nuff said.  Evil Cooper finally tracks down David Bowie and asks him all the questions we’ve been waiting to have answered… Continue reading

X-Files Season 11 Filming – Truth is, Skinner is back with the Beard!

It’s now official, The X-Files season 11 is filming and Skinner sports a beard.  Again.  David Duchovny has his own trailer.  Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose are returning as their young FBI agent… Continue reading

Twin Peaks Episode 14: Who do you think that is there?

Fire Walk With Me is a mysterious philosophical movie created by David Lynch to explain self-actualization and episode 14.  I guess if you haven’t figured it out by now, David Lynch is obsessed… Continue reading

Is Tobin Bell in Saw 8? Hey look, spoilers

MovieWeb published some news back on July 23 about Saw 8 aka Saw: Legacy aka the next Saw movie to grab your money, and I’m just catching up now.  Apparently, Tobin Bell has… Continue reading

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