If you’re lucky enough to see Hell or High Water without hearing too much about it, you really have no idea what you’re in for. Continue reading “REVIEW: Hell or High Water”
It’s So Easy and Other Lies is less a documentary than an attempt to bring to life on film Duff McKagan’s memoir of the same name.
The camera glides up the side of a mountain. A small group of people comes into the frame, peering over a ridge, giving us a sense of scale for just a second. The camera passes over them and suddenly you see the magma churning and realize they are standing atop the mouth of the volcano. It takes a moment to realize this isn’t CGI, and the effect is incredible.
We’ve seen all of these movies before, right? The prodigy coming out of nowhere to become the champion. The hometown hero challenged by the foreign invader. The scandal that threatens an empire. The old gunslinger hitching on the holsters one more time to show he’s the best shot in the land. Incredibly, Man vs. Snake is all of these movies in one. Continue reading “REVIEW: Man vs. Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler”
I am the boring horror movie that lives on Netflix. Continue reading “REVIEW: I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House”