I had a hard time keeping my interest up at the start of the film but the scene on the steps got my interest back. I really like it in silent films when there are just tons of people on the screen at the same time, there is just so much energy in those moments. It was also kinda intense when that kid just got shot…
Despite being such a generic adventure film where the heroes are flawlessly good and the villains are so absolutely corrupted that no one can possibly root for them The Adventures of Robin Hood is very easy to like because it is just so good at being a simple and enjoyable adventure film.
The dialogue is quick and funny and and the action scenes are fast-paced and…
Spooky Scary Horrorthons - Film #16
The term timeless is being thrown around a lot, but John Carpenter's "The Thing" hasn't actually aged a single second in 32 years. The masterful use of godlike practical effects and impeccable suspense is something that is rarely seen in the world of cinema at such an impressive level.
The story centers around a group of burly men (including a heavily bearded Kurt Russell and my #1 man crush Keith David) working at a…
Spooky Scary Horrorthons - Film #13
If you want a good werewolf film you don't have to look any further. An American Werewolf in London may be one of the most masterful films of the werewolf sub genre and in many ways it surpasses every other film when it comes to werewolves.
When two American backpackers comes across a little village in the Yorkshire moors they decide to go to a cute little pub named "The Slaughtered Lamb". After a…