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Now Fear This: All Cheerleaders Die

Satire is a tightrope. Go too far in one direction, and all subtlety, and more importantly the teeth, is gone. Go too far in the other, and you’re just parroting the point of view of whatever it is you’re poking fun at. 1,068 more words

Projected Pixels And Emulsion

Book Review: The Secret Life of Souls by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee

I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own.

The Secret Life of Souls… 941 more words

4 Stars

Episode 54 - TLH gets Lucky (McKee) with Angela Bettis

Time to kick back with a couple of indie picks this week. We start by looking at 2002’s May, starring Angela Bettis and directed by Lucky McKee. 97 more words

Podcast Episodes

Classic Review – May (2002)


Directed by Lucky McKee

Starring Angela Bettis, Jeremy Sisto, Anna Faris

Review by Jordan

“See me. See me. See me…”

Hindsight indicates that there is little reason to feel such close affiliation with May, a character who constantly outplays others who identify themselves as “weird” in her desire to find the perfect friend.

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All Cheerleaders Die (Film) Review

Jillian and I are back!

We’ve both enjoyed a couple of weeks break, in which we met irl, hung out extensively and even watched this… 1,405 more words

The Movies

Social Anxiety in Movies: May

May is a horror film about a lonely social misfit woman desperate to make friends—by any means necessary. 1,057 more words

Social Anxiety