After a series of paintings by an unknown artist are discovered, a supernatural force enacts revenge on those who have allowed their greed to get in the way of art.
Velvet Buzzsaw. Is it worth it?
Well, to be honest, it’s not that scary, it’s not that funny. It’s not a genuine thriller. It’s neither mysterious in terms of the plot. It’s not complicated or complex or overly intellectual. It’s superficial, but sometimes it kind of shows us more.
It tries to be all these things all at once, and it kind of fails at them all.
But you want to know something genuinely funny?
It’s still worth watching. Continue reading Velvet Buzzsaw: Something truly god damn strange is going on here!
You’ve got to admit it: sometimes you do want your brain messed with and watch some bizarre and inexplicable movie. Lucky you, there are countless such movies: surreal to the point of insanity. From iconic directors like David Lynch and Harmony Korine to underground indie filmmakers, it seems as if, at one point or another, almost everyone has put the work into creating something frightening and strange.
Some of these are pretty thought provoking in their weirdness, and others are straight up gory and gross, thus eating popcorn becomes optional.
Brace yourselves for the ten weirdest movies of all time.
Continue reading Ten Weirdest Movies of All Time
Let’s celebrate the release of M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, the latest movie by the one who built his career on twist endings, by taking a look at the very best surprises in the world of cinema. Continue reading The Best Twist Endings in Movie History
I know that some of you will say that I am late to the party, especially after The Disaster Artist, but I just want to write about the movie that made me laugh until I felt my ribs break.
Tommy Wiseau, the man behind this movie, stars as the main character in what was supposed to be a drama. Sort-of. I suppose one can guess what happens when one guy tries to produce, write, direct, and star in a movie. Oh, and this guy never had any sort of prior work experience in the cinematic world.
So, yeah, as a drama, this is the worst drama ever.
If judged by what it tried to be, The Room is most certainly the worst movie ever made. Without a doubt.
Just the number of glaring mistakes is…
But if you want to laugh, and Adam Sandler stopped being funny some ten years ago, then The Room is well worth the time.
And one thing you can be sure of: you never imagined that such a movie could ever be released, let alone produce. It’s hilarious in a way that you never even thought possible.
This could easily be a one sentence post.
Because it’s Frank Herbert’s Dune.
But, well, let’s elaborate on that. Continue reading Why Frank Herbert’s “Dune” Is So Difficult to Adapt into a Movie
- Yes, we’re fully aware that 2018 hasn’t ended yet.
- There have been quite a lot of titles released this year.
- Most of them didn’t receive the type of attention that they should have deserved.
Here are five underrated movies released this year that you must, absolutely, really, really see. Continue reading 5 Underrated Movies of 2018 You Must See
Perry: Talking money…
Harry: A talking monkey?
Perry: Talking monkey, yeah, yeah. Came here from the future, ugly sucker, only says “ficus.”
Even though he had his fair share of problems, including a nasty drug addiction, Robert Downey, Jr. – a very controversial actor – succeeded to overcome it all and make a great comeback by playing in low budget movies such as A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints or Good Night, and Good Luck. Movies in which his performance was top notch. Continue reading Movie Review: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang