At Film Freak Central, Walter Chaw writes a beautiful piece about Annihilation (2018), depression and suicide. (And Tarkovsky’s Stalker and Virginia Woolf’s The Waves and To The Lighthouse).
In November of 1989, The Berlin Wall — the second-most potent symbol of the Cold War after Ivan Drago — became a speed bump as the physical, social, and political barriers separating West and East Germany collapsed. As Germans began streaming back and forth across the once imposing […]
Slasher movies are kind of my comfort food. I grew up in the 1980s, and, in a way, so did they. Maybe it’s more accurate to say they grew out, with a ton of franchises, successful or not, piling on roman numerals and subtitles throughout the decade, not […]