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Cinematography

Guillermo del Toro: Made of Fairy Tales and Fantasies

Per Matt No stranger to sci-fi monsters (Pacific Rim), dark fantasy (Pan’s Labyrinth), horror (The Orphanage), supernatural superheroes (Hellboy, Blade II), high-fantasy adventures (the Hobbit trilogy) and the vampire Apocalypse (The Strain), Guillermo del Toro is a master filmmaker of… Continue Reading →

Dunkirk Might Be Nolan’s Magnum Opus

When I sat down in my theater seat to see Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, I can’t say I was expecting to review a bad film. Nolan is one of those few directors out there who is critiqued on a different level than… Continue Reading →

Beyond the Gates is Retro Fun

When I first heard about this film, I was beyond excited. The movie is about two brothers, whose father goes missing for seven months and they meet up to liquidate his old video store. My dad owned a video store,… Continue Reading →

Abattoir is a Film Noir, Crime Thriller and Horror Movie All in One

Abattoir is one of those movies that is hard to review. The plot is good, but moves a tad slow. The atmosphere and stylized film noir cinematography is mesmerizing, but won’t be something everyone will enjoy. The clothing and ’40s… Continue Reading →

The Living and the Dead Cohabitate in I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

“The pretty thing you are looking at is me. Of this I am sure. My name is Lily Saylor. I am a hospice nurse. Three days ago I turned 28 years old. I will never be 29 years old.”

Examining None But Myself, a Zombie Short Film

None But Myself is a glimpse of what most aspiring filmmakers go through to produce features, these days. That is, the short film, itself, is a pitch for those interested in investing or contributing to a larger production. Before, filmmakers… Continue Reading →

The Revenant (One Who Has Returned, as if From the Dead)

Oscar buzz has been rampant for the past few days and one of the biggest reasons is because four-time Academy Award Nominee Leonardo DiCaprio finally pulled off a win for his role in The Revenant.

The 2015 Academy Awards – From a Geek’s Perspective

The 87th Academy Awards was for the birds. Well, a Birdman, at least.

Geek Culture at the 2015 Oscars

Will Geek Culture succeed at the 2015 Oscars?

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