Not every film can be regarded as a recommended watch, no matter how much time and effort is put into the project from the cast and crew. There are certainly plenty of films that are regarded as bad from most audiences, but through sheer charm and earnestness they become enjoyable B-movies much like The Room.
A bloody polaroid dominates the screen, and begins to fade slowly, developing in reserve. Blood climbs back up the walls, and you are forced to watch the scene subvert itself, the violence and gore dissipating before your very eyes. The imagery is gone, but the sense that what is done cannot be undone remains. Christopher
I hate to say supermodel Alexis Carpenter (Camila Pizzo) had it coming, but after wasting everyone’s time coking up before her appearance in the "Atilla” magazine fashion show, scalding the face of her makeup artist with a piping hot cup of coffee, and not to mention her all around bitchy disposition, she kind of had
When you make a film which is based on a book written more than 100 years ago there is bound to be some confusion translating the plot for a modern audience. Throw in concepts of region, anarchy and dictatorship and you have a recipe for some mind boggling narrative. This is exactly what The Man
Since the return of Star Wars and Jurassic Park, as well as the emergence of all the new Marvel films it's abundantly clear that nerd television is coming back to our screens, it's kind of a big deal these days. As a big nerd when it comes to detective/drama/Cryptozoology/aliens the X Files fit the bill just right, and with