I just finished a video I began at the end of 2017 while just playing with my iPhone camera. After several computer crashes and losing my edit more than once, for maybe a year I thought I had lost all the raw footage. I found it sometime in 2020 while […]
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I’m kicking off my new spot over at The Terror Test with a Halloween Horror Binge–a month of horror films! Day 1 is Lords of Chaos.
Evidently I’ve enjoyed a lot of what I’ve seen from 2016. When I made the original list, I had only viewed Neil Breen’s Pass Thru, which is still here, of course. I linked the short films to where they can be seen for free. If you have any questions about […]
When Kanopy sent an email celebrating their Joel Potrykus collection it didn’t mean anything to me until I scrolled down far enough to see that he had made a favorite of mine, The Alchemist Cookbook (2016). Ultimately, I fell for the promotion and decided to check out another one. Then […]
On Dangerous Ground (1951)A film noir directed by Nicholas Ray (and Ida Lupino, who stepped in when Ray became ill). Robert Ryan plays a cop known for getting criminals to talk by using brute force, which is even wearing down his police peers. He gets sent to literally cool down […]
Wild Guitar (1962) is part of a series of movies that Arch Hall, Sr. produced for his son, Arch Hall, Jr. It at once criticizes the nature of celebrity, but also attempts to capitalize on it. I can’t tell when it’s meant to be funny–or earnest, for that matter. Not […]