Fright Night (1985) vs. Fright Night (2011)

Hello, Hello! Happy October! It is the month of colorful leaves, chilly nights, and nights full of frights. (Unless you live in Los Angeles like I do. Then it’s just a month filled with 90 degree weather. WHY IS IT LIKE THIS? IT IS OCTOBER.) This month, I will be doing a series where I... Continue Reading →

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76. Forrest Gump

If I had to pick out five films in all of film history that have had the most cultural impact, Forrest Gump would be one of the top two. Whether you like the film or not, it’s hard to deny the cultural impact that the film has had. For instance, the film came out twenty-three... Continue Reading →

77. All the President’s Men

All the President’s Men is a political thriller about the two reporters for the Washington Post, Woodward and Bernstein, who blew the Watergate Scandal wide open. Directed by Alan J. Pakula, the film stars Robert Redford as Bob Woodward and Dustin Hoffman as Carl Bernstein. Now, I am not one for political thrillers. I do... Continue Reading →

IT (2017) Review

You know, I am constantly amazed at the amount of really talented young child actors there are right now in Hollywood. And I love that Hollywood is taking advantage of it. IT is a film based off of the original Stephen King book by the same title. As most people already know, the movie is... Continue Reading →

IT (1990) Review

I am crazy excited for the remake of IT. Crazy. Excited. So, I figured that I would rewatch the original film/miniseries in preparation. And, let me tell you, there is an awful lot that I forgot about that original miniseries. Mainly, I forgot how anticlimactic the whole film. I forgot how wonderful the first half... Continue Reading →

Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review

Let me set the scene for you: I wake up at 8:30 AM in Los Angeles, California, getting ready to walk my dog. While getting dressed (because I can’t very well walk my dog around the neighborhood in my pajamas), I check the weather on my phone. It’s not even 9:00 in the morning and... Continue Reading →

Movie Musical Monday: Godspell

The 1973 film adaptation of Godspell is what I think a mild acid trip while reading the bible would be like. A retelling of the Gospel of St. Matthew, the film Godspell takes place in 1970s New York City. We start by watching John the Baptist walk across a bridge. We are then introduced to,... Continue Reading →

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