One of my primary complaints about Superman Returns was the almost total lack of Superman punching things. Well, in this movie Superman punches everything.
By Tyler “Yes, but I never inhaled” DFC NOTE: This commentary contains spoilers up to and including the series finale, proceed with caution if you are not caught up on … Continue Reading In defense of Nancy Botwin
It is my intention to regale you with the delightful story of how I accidentally killed a little part of someone I care about, using nothing but the ancient art of film criticism.
Into Darkness is a mostly enjoyable, action packed, utterly brainless collage of sight, sound, color and glorious stupidity.
The funny thing about Big Bad Wolves is that it’s actually kind of funny, but not before it’s really, really not.
Every high school has that One Girl, a living doll whose winsome smile and coy demeanor drives all the boys nuts.
I have fulfilled my moral imperative and heeded the faint but perceptible voice of Jack Nicholson beckoning me forth…with an axe.
Movie Review by TylerDFC There is a tendency in the mainstream to immediately disregard a movie if there fails to be closure at the end. More than anything, more than … Continue Reading Sound of My Voice (2011) – Directed by Zal Batmanglij
By TylerDFC There is a moment at the very end of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 film, The Conversation, that brings the entire slow burn movie in tight focus. It’s a … Continue Reading The Conversation
Now here are some funny and heartwarming thoughts about a bunch of trailers I saw this week.
Now here are some heartwarming thoughts about a bunch of trailers I saw this week.
The first time I saw The Evil Dead was also the night I sealed the deal with that cute girl from band class. Thanks, Sam Raimi!
By Tyler “Klatu Verata Necktie” DFC 5 people go to a dilapidated and foreboding cabin in the woods to help a friend, Mia (Jane Levy), detox from heroin. One of … Continue Reading Evil Dead 2013 – You’re All Going to Die Tonight
During this film you will witness (sometimes literally) off the wall, brain meltingly inventive action sequences sufficient to make The Expendables look like a bunch of ballerinas.
Two Graves is the finale to what the authors are calling “The Helen Trilogy”. This somewhat standalone trilogy within the multiple volume Pendergast series began with Fever Dream continued with … Continue Reading Two Graves by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
You never catch all of a movie the first time in a theater. Even if you’re watching it critically, big chunks of it can get by even movie nerds like … Continue Reading Take 2 – SKYFALL