Is 1958’s The Blob the first climate-change movie??
For the like-minded superstitious among us: skip this one.
It’s me, the self-ordained savior of cinema(s) post-Covid.Continue reading “More Like: Good”
Even in this, The Year of Few Movies™, there are still enough to produce weirdly coincidental (or are they??) trends.
Is it too late for a reevaluation and revaluation of a six-year-old movie?
Besides his quasi-consistent visual aesthetic, the similarities between Sean Durkin’s feature-length debut, Martha Marcy May Marlene, and his follow-up, The Nest, are not screamingly evident.
From Alfred Hitchcock, to a relationship squabble.
In a traditional sense, a title describes a work of art.