I was lucky enough to be invited to an advance screening of Ari Aster’s sophomore feature, Midsommar, and it did not disappoint, though I think the message at its core may have been broadly missed by most film fans: Excerpts: Aster is a filmmaker concerned with what ritual means, and in particular, the abandonment of […]
In October of 2016 I wrote my first piece for Bloody Disgusting, a close analysis of John Carpenter’s Halloween that puts forth that maybe, just maybe, Michael Myers actually is The Boogeyman.
May comes after January, right? Alright, so maybe I got a little off track. I think the Hype Calendar is a good idea and I’m going to start doing it again. Above you can find all sorts of goodies to get excited about in May, from the return of Twin Peaks to Get Out on […]
The Void is the latest film from Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie, two parts of the Canadian film production group known as Astron-6. I’ll be honest in that I’ve not seen any of Astron-6’s previous work, which includes the fantastically named Manborg and the 2011 Troma co-production Father’s Day, but from what I gather the […]