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Welcome back to Culture Mondays! It’s also now Pride Month, so I thought it would be nice to celebrate some LGBT+ content. So here’s a list with some music, some TV, some films and some books for you to sink your teeth into!
Hallmark Channel debuted a new movie Saturday night, Wedding Every Weekend, which featured the first same-sex wedding in the network’s history. After the film aired, most viewers showed their love and support for Hallmark’s decision to embrace …
Matt Stuertz’s Tonight She Comes is a remarkable movie that to my reckoning feels like the sequel to The Evil Dead (1981) we should’ve got, yet somehow begins as a homage to It Follows (2014) and still manages to not only be cohesive, but it’s own thing. I did I mention that’s it’s gory, but […]
The first entry in the long-running American Horror Story franchise – it’s been on the air for nine years and apparently going strong – I saw was Murder House, and I hated it. It’s been awhile though what stuck with me was the trashiness of the whole enterprise, which is why it’s taken me nine […]
Boots Riley’s Sorry To Bother You is an ambitious movie, way more ambitions that anything a first-time director has any right to tackle (prior Riley co-directed a short with Chris Wroubel). Lakeith – or is that “LaKeith? – Stanfield (Knives Out) is Cassius Green, a guy who’s moving through life in a perpetual state of […]
It’s the best thing when you stumble upon a pleasant surprise where one wasn’t expected, which was how I felt about Paul Soter’s Dark Circles (currently streaming on Tubi). The movie is a horror/thriler about a couple (Johnathon Schaech and Pell James) who move to a new house in the country. Part of the reason […]
If you ask me the entire point of a prequel – be it a movie, television series or whatever – is to elaborate on, to build upon. what currently exists. I mean, as much hate as is typically thrown at Exorcist II: The Heretic (a favorite of mine) – which is technically a sequel though […]
Looking at Dominique Rocher’s The Night Eats The World in a somewhat cursory fashion, you might assume that it’s a copy of Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later. Sure, it takes place in Paris, while 28 Days Later calls the UK home. The latter revolves around a man named Jim (Cillian Murphy), who wakes up in […]
I don’t think I’m being hyperbolic when I say that Mike Flanagan is among the best – if not the best – directors currently working in horror. And you likely noticed that “Mike Flanagan” isn’t either Guillermo Del Toro, James Wan or Andy Muschietti. And that’s because Del Toro – while never far from the […]