By: Addison Wylie Previously in the review for Aaron Green’s Frozen, I wrote about the concept of a bottle film; a film that takes place in one location. After viewing Frozen, I thought I was never going to view something that claustrophobic ever again. How exactly do you top being stuck on a chair lift in mid-rotation with no one around you? Easy. One makes a movie which takes place in a coffin buried underground….
By: Addison Wylie In this day and age, technology plays a key part in our lives. If we want something, there will most likely be a website that carries an infinite inventory and ships immediately. If we need to find out directions, we can find the quickest route in a matter of minutes. If we need a friend, there’s sure to be another hopeful soul searching through a forum for potential pals. Catfish captures these…
By: Addison Wylie Troll 2, a horror film released in 1989, has been named by people all over the world as “the worst movie ever made”. Its earned its title by possessing shoddy technical qualities, campy acting, and direction that is bad, to say the least. What movie goers tend to overlook is the life behind the movie; the cast and crew that took part in the filmmaking experience and how its affected them. Best…
By: Addison Wylie There are some people who express their feelings openly without thinking before speaking. Often, if something bothers that particular person, they’ll think about what they want to say and think about how they feel, run their inner monologue through a filter and express politely why a particular element or situation bothers them. Others though will hold emotions in; letting this pent up rage build over a period of time. It’s suggested that…
It’s bloody, gory, exciting, and lots of fun. However, there are a few distracting flaws that keep Machete from being a perfect movie.
I commend the film for managing to capture a stellar performance by the slick, motor mouth Pesci. However, Pesci’s acting isn’t the only element showcased here that is well done.
It’s an extremely tough film to explain or even promote.
Frozen is definitely a movie that will hang around in your thoughts for quite sometime and once you come to terms with it, the film will sneak into your head once that last season of the year kicks into gear.
Tom Six has made a laughably bad, mean spirited horror film that is sure to build a campy cult following.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians ends up being a memorable potential franchise starter