“Lyrical, perfectly performed and bitingly relevant, Netflix’s She’s Gotta Have It series is all Spike Lee and it’s glorious.” My full review of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It series for VODzilla.co.
“Horror is a genre that believes, rightly, that young people are the future.” For Vague Visages.
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“With the release of Star Trek: Discovery […] 2:1 [aspect ratio] is about to reach a new level of exposure.” For Vodzilla.co.
“It doesn’t matter how good the movie is, no film makes an estimated $117m (!) on opening weekend without an equally strong marketing campaign and IT had one of horror’s best in recent years.” For Bloody Disgusting.
“Just how high is Andy Muschietti’s [IT] floating above the competition?” In light of IT‘s mammoth debut, I did a rundown of the top 10 domestic opening weekends in horror history (including an adjusted for inflation list) for Bloody Disgusting.
“Inhabits a bizarre intersection of gross-out viscera and captivating beauty.” I reviewed Leatherface for Bloody Disgusting.
“Seventh films have no right to be this good or break this much new ground.” I reviewed Cult of Chucky for Bloody Disgusting.
“Quotation and reference have long been an integral part of filmmaking, but this simplified and sanitized approach seems like a cheap play for cinematic value.” I went deep on the inexorable textual link between Logan and George Stevens’ Shane for Vague Visages.