by Old King Clancy
I’ve mentioned before that every year there seems to be one breakout horror film that critics rave about. Over the last five years, we’ve had The Babadook, It Follows, The Witch, Get Out, and now with Hereditary standing out as 2018’s landmark horror movie. Another connection between the films is that I’ve ended up loving them all and Hereditary is one of the best to date.
by Armando Vanegas
Twin Peaks had to be interesting to see back in 1990. It was at a time when TV largely stayed in their lanes and never threatened to disturb the status quo. But that’s what happens when you get David Lynch, then of Blue Velvet and Wild at Heart, have the audacity to condescend to TV and bring his weird brand of black lodges and dancing little people in small red rooms with striped floors. For a few years now, I’ve been attempting to experience this show and see what makes it special. After all the hype, I heard about the latest revival by Showtime from last summer, I wanted to review the first two seasons and share some thoughts as someone who was completely new to it and was totally out of the loop as this show was way before my time. I also wanted to give it a chance as it’s considered a pioneer of Peak TV and David Lynch has made things that I’ve liked in the past, so I wanted to see what his vision would look like if it was contained in a network TV show.
Logan Myerz reviews the most disturbing movie of 2018, Hereditary. The film opens nationwide on June 8th.
‘When the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter’s family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry.’
Logan Myerz and Stem review Leigh Whannell‘s new film Upgrade.
“Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when Grey, a self-identified technophobe, has his world turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant called Stem.”
Michael C. Hall is back! Logan Myerz reviews the first season of Safe now streaming on Netflix.
“After his daughter goes missing, a widower begins uncovering the dark secrets of the people closest to him.”
RLJE Films celebrated the World Premiere of TERMINAL on Tuesday, May 8th at the Arclight Hollywood. The After Party was hosted at the Escape Hotel with SVEDKA Vodka in Hollywood.
Logan Myerz reviews McG’s Horror/Comedy The Babysitter that is currently available on Netflix.