“Since this isn’t the story of someone finding a hidden magical world that the squares don’t know about, it’s the one about people in a story sitting around telling stories.” Chris has some things to say about Neil Gaiman in, “This Week in Ink.”
Five Un-Romances. Linda Holmes explains why.
“We once programmed a retrospective of old kung fu films at a local theater and our prints looked like a collection of ex-convicts who had been trained to sneak into occupied Europe and assassinate Hitler: scarred, battered, and problematic.” Grady Hendrix’s advice isn’t past its expiry date.
It’s a good time to like Westerns, especially Asian Westerns, with good-looking movies like, The Last Thakur.
Curious about lucha movies but don’t know where to start? Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! is here to help out with good movies starring Santo (here and here), good movies with no Santo and some Santo movies “likely to make you want to tear out your […]
Normally, I think of Ron Howard as the Midas of mediocrity – everything he touches turns to boring. So, what went right with Frost/Nixon?