I loved this series of books starting with The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest is a great ending to a very intense series of movies and David Fincher has got his work cut out for him to come close with the remake
Archive for 2009
I was really impressed with Punching The Clown. Just the fact that it was shot in eighteen days, and edited on a laptop shows that it doesn’t take high tech gadgets to make a good movie, just a great storyteller.
The Disappearance Of Alice Creed was one of those films that I noticed every so often advertised on Facebook, but it wasn’t until I watched it the other night that I saw how underrated this smart this film is with some great tension and topsy turvy moments.
I got to check out Mark Hartley’s latest Machete Maidens and like his Not Quite Hollywood, you are in for a treat! Nothing like karate kicking midgets and women with blades as big as their other parts.
I just had to do those great lists with Halloween coming so we’re starting with out Top Ten Best Zombie Movies Ever. Tell us what you think and which ones we missed or you think we missed
Stevie is one of those really good movies that I stumbled on last night on Fearnet, but it doesn’t seem to be anywhere else and there aren’t any reviews so we wanted to bring it everyone’s attention since it’s worth watching plus it stars Jordi-Mollà and Catherine McCormack! Definitely a nice psychological thriller.
REC was one of those movies I’ve watched over and over again and can’t recommend highly enough. We first saw Quarantine which was a fine movie, but REC proves that the original is almost always the best. Think Ju-On vs The Grudge, Ringu vs The Ring and that sums up REC vs Quarantine.
I moved to New York City when Kids opened and Larry Clark truly depicted what was happening at that time. While many critics denounced the film and said it was just exploiting kids and parents fears, I think the film was pretty much on the mark and just as relevant today as back then. Love or hate Larry Clark was he was definitely at his prime with Kids.
Kids was one of the first first best movies ever checked out in New York when we moved there, and it packed quite a punch. Being naive at first watching it, I thought it was a documentary and most will remember, it was so hard to belie
I can still remember how Spanking The Monkey made sons and moms a little nervous around each other, especially if they watched it together. This was David O. Russell’s debut film and it made quite the impression during the indie film revolution of the 90′s.
Ginger Snaps takes the whole werewolf mythology and turns it on its ear and takes menstruation anxiety to a whole new level.
I just checked out Grimm Love aka Butterfly A Grimm Love Story, and man did that one do a number on my head! I don’t know if it was because I had just finished Project Runway and jumped into that one, but Grimm Love will not get out of my head so there’s definitely something to it.