HATE WATCHING: A GENRE OR CINEMATIC CUTTING

Almost two years ago I wrote about movies so bad people find them entertaining, but something seems to have changed. With the sudden phenomenon that is live tweeting certain films that make what would be usually ignored pieces of trash into event movies. I remember recently so far being Liz & Dick and the latest apocalypse … Continue reading “HATE WATCHING: A GENRE OR CINEMATIC CUTTING”

PEDRO ALMODOVAR: A PAINTER THAT PICKED UP A CAMERA

Over the last few months of the summer so far, while the blockbuster season has been relatively kind to me, I’ve been spending it with Pedro Almodovar. With my current disposition to be marathoning through filmmaker’s canon I found myself in the need of Spanish cinema, so I turned to the one man who’s films have … Continue reading “PEDRO ALMODOVAR: A PAINTER THAT PICKED UP A CAMERA”

WHEN WE FAIL AT WATCHING FILMS, DO WE FEEL GUILT?

So, some of you may have noticed my lack of a Blindspot post this month. While I have procrastinated a bit this month on the matter I can honestly say that this hasn’t become my lastest problem due to a lack of trying. Last night serves as my third attempt to watch Werner Herzog’s Aguirre: … Continue reading “WHEN WE FAIL AT WATCHING FILMS, DO WE FEEL GUILT?”

‘THE INCREDIBLES 2’ SYNDROME; OR CAN WE PLEASE STOP PUSHING FILMMAKERS INTO A CORNER

As I sit at my laptop, uncertain of what I want to write about, I find myself browsing through my feed of movie sites I follow and read only to see another post related to the internet’s desire for a sequel to The Incredibles where Brad Bird himself is quoted claiming that he’s been thinking about it. … Continue reading “‘THE INCREDIBLES 2’ SYNDROME; OR CAN WE PLEASE STOP PUSHING FILMMAKERS INTO A CORNER”