After many recommendations from friends, I finally got to see the movie Ed Wood last night. It was fantastic! I don’t think I’ve ever been so attached to cinematic characters in quite a long while. 491 more words
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Tim Burton’s loving, carefully crafted and heartfelt tribute to Edward D.Wood Jr, known as the world’s worst director, is a perfectly realized replica of Wood’s singular cinematic vision, made vibrant and haunting through Johnny Depp’s buoyant performance and a melancholy Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi.
Sometimes when you’re a broke writer and you don’t have any real TV channels, you end up watching a movie like See no Evil, Hear no Evil on Netflix. 357 more words
Film Club Rule #932: Some times the good ol’ days were not always so good.
This week, we take a look at a few of the films from Sci-fi’s golden era, the 1950s. 99 more words