“On this special episode of The Projection Booth, we’re giving you a choice: either put on the podcast, or start eating a trash can. Yes, we’re talking about John Carpenter’s They Live (1988) wherein a man with no name — or a name that means nothing — Nada […]
Vox looks at a fan conspiracy shipping two members of One Direction: “Most, but not all, ships concern fictional characters, and in many parts of fandom there’s an understanding that if you’re shipping real people, you’re only shipping the idea of them being in a relationship. Often, however, […]
At The Toast, Laura Sook Duncombe shares, “An Ode To Dana Scully.” Scully was the hero my pre-adolescent heart craved. Watching the show for the first time was like arriving at a place I’d never been but instantly knew as home.”
The Daily Dot interviews Cecil Baldwin, the voice of the eerie podcast, Welcome To Night Vale.
Jim Emerson collects and breaks down the criticisms of Room 237, a documentary of people who obsess over Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. And Drew Morton created a visual essay in response to the film.
“Room 237 is like an act of revenge from a filmmaker upon the critics,” writes Robert Greene in his review. And The Verge’s Adi Robinson interviews Room 237 director Rodney Ascher on The Shining, interpretation and conspiracy theories. “[Room 237 is] about what happens when the movie leaves […]