Go ahead: take off your pants and jump in. This is going to get weird.
In which I list every movie I watched during 2015, because who doesn’t love a good list?
Revisiting this low-key sort-of thriller from way, way back in the aughts.
Tarantino’s debut is no cakewalk.
A classic of weird from 1953. Grab your blue beanie and check it out with me
Pixar’s best movie in years is both impressively weird and likely to leave you in tears.
Your brain is on drugs, it’s on fire, and George Miller just drove a truck through it. Yay!
If you made the mistake of missing this one at the Noir City Festival, fear not! It actually exists on DVD. Not often the case with 1940s B-movie film noirs.
Mr. Babadook is coming to get you, kiddies. Watch out.
The practice of law sure ain’t pretty. This is one deeply twisted movie no one comes out of with clean hands.
The last shot of Short Cuts is of four people in clown makeup, smeared from a night of drinking and hot-tubbing, sucking on lemon slices and laughing. It’s the whole movie summed up in a single image.
Cronenberg tells a passionate, tragic love story. With a giant fly monster. And everybody loves it.
A film noir, a horror movie, a satire, this movie’s got all kinds of things going for it. See it before it disappears.
Given $50,000, leftover sets from a high school movie, and five days to shoot by American International Pictures, could Roger Corman direct a horror movie?