Month: August 2020

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for September 2020

Some people spend their days arguing over the merits of Netflix, but the rest of us are too busy enjoying new movies, engaging series, and fun specials. It’s just one more way to re-watch the movies

‘Five Desperate Women’ Find Fun, Sun, and Murder

Welcome to 4:3 & Forgotten — a weekly column in which Kieran Fisher and I get to look back at TV terrors that scared adults (and the kids they let watch) across the limited airwaves of the ’70s.

A James Bond Under The Radar: Reflections on the Timothy Dalton Era

The name’s Bond. Bondathon. With twenty-four official James Bond films to conquer before No Time To Die hits theaters, Bond fan Anna Swanson and Bond newbie Meg Shields are diving deep on 007. Martinis shaken

One of Lucio Fulci’s Best Returns as Our Pick of the Week

Streaming might be the future, but physical media is still the present. It’s also awesome, depending on the title, the label, and the release, so each week we take a look at the new Blu-rays

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“This Was a Long, Short Week…” – The RynoRyder Vlogs – Week 21

Well, we got the first day of filming in the can! I’m dong my best to remember to pull my camera up and talk to you, vlog, but there’s a lot on my plate and

The Ending of ‘The Sopranos’ Explained

Ending Explained is a recurring series in which we explore the finales, secrets, and themes of interesting movies and shows, both new and old. In this entry, we dig into the Sopranos ending and try

The ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ Interview: Being Excellent is a Practice

Welcome to World Builders, our ongoing series of conversations with the most productive and thoughtful creatives in the industry. In this entry, we interview director Dean Parisot, screenwriters Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson, and hear a

A Color Theory Reading of Olivier Assayas’ ‘Irma Vep’

In our new column Color Code, Luke Hicks chooses a handful of shots from a favorite film and analyzes them in detail to draw out the meaning behind specific colors and how they play into their

Jay Keitel Shaped Amy Seimetz’s Dread into Action in ‘She Dies Tomorrow’

Welcome to World Builders, our new ongoing series of conversations with the most productive and thoughtful behind-the-scenes craftspeople in the industry. In this entry, we chat with She Dies Tomorrow cinematographer Jay Keitel about depicting the

Slime and Space Dust: How They Built ‘The Blob’

Welcome to How’d They Do That? — a bi-monthly column that unpacks moments of movie magic and celebrates the technical wizards who pulled them off. This entry looks into the making of The Blob. The