intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries.
That's pretty much what you get from the latest Dowdle Brothers joint. The Movie pretty much gets into the action right away and never stops and is a pulpy homage to 80s films like the films of John Carpenter (it also reminded me a little bit of "Cape Fear"). The opening is fantastic, the main title logo is great too.
By the end of the…
Production designed like a motherforker and gorgeously, eerily filmed, Ryan Gosling's much ballyhooed directorial debut "Lost River" is a masterpiece and one of the great cinematic discoveries of 2015 so far (though, to be fair, I've known of the movie for years, since it was first announced as "How to Catch a Monster").
Christina Hendricks from "Mad Men" plays a single mom who gets a job at a seedy club that is kind of like a circus of violence for…