Clint Eastwood's 1985 neo-western Pale Rider is a really strange beast. I certainly did not expect it to be as weird as it turned out to be when I got it assigned for this year's Mystery March Challenge, but it was and here we are.
Don't get me wrong, I actually kind of liked this story of a strange preacher who protects innocent miners from a greedy prospector, but the emphasis has…
In the immortal words of Mr. Schwarzenegger himself:
Särr ihs naaahffing lähft tu säii ahbaut siiis ägdschn klähssik, ihds siihmply spläntit!
Truer words have never been spoken, thank you Arnie and thank you for making sure that the Austrian/German way of pronouncing (mangling?) the English language will be forever associated with murderous cyborgs.
Deep Blue Sea is a mess, but a deeply entertaining one (if you pardon my stupid pun)
Because it's a mess and because I'm lazy and tired, I'll just provide some thoughts and notes, instead of a proper review:
* First of all, Saffron Burrows. She's pretty and all that, but what a black hole of charisma she is in this movie. I don't think she emoted at all, even when she was in danger. I know, that she was…
I was very excited that my first assignment was to be Candyman , a movie that I wanted to see for a long time. I had heard very much about it, but mostly that it was an important horror movie everyone interested in horror should see. So I knew nothing specific about it and just figured it would be an usual horror flick about an…