Some Kind of Hate

Release: Friday, September 18, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: Adam Egypt Mortimer; Brian DeLeeuw Directed by: Adam Egypt Mortimer This review is my fifth contribution to Mr. Rumsey’s Film Related Musings. A big thanks to James for hooking this one up! Adam Egypt Mortimer takes a stand against bullying in his feature film debut. The irony is heContinue reading “Some Kind of Hate”

30-for-30: The Day the Series Stopped

Release: Sunday, October 12, 2014 [Netflix] Directed by: Ryan Fleck October 17, 1989. Game 3 of the World Series, the Battle of the Bay. It was the Oakland Athletics squaring off against the decidedly more white collar-catering San Francisco Giants. The A’s were up 2-0 in a series they would go on to sweep. On this dayContinue reading “30-for-30: The Day the Series Stopped”

TBT: Citizen Kane (1941)

Let’s send October off in style, shall we? Four Thursdays and several classics later, we arrive here at the fifth installment of TBT. And really, how can I ignore this one? It’s a film I saw a few months ago and I haven’t seen it since, so with any luck my memory will not failContinue reading “TBT: Citizen Kane (1941)”

Windsor Drive

Release: Friday, August 28, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: T.R. Gough Directed by: Natalie Bible’ This review happens to be my fourth contribution to Mr. Rumsey’s Film Related Musings. I’d like to thank James for giving me the chance to check this one out! While there are some momentary glimpses of inventive horror film-making, there’s little doubt the shortContinue reading “Windsor Drive”

The Road Within

Release: Friday, April 17, 2015 (limited) [Netflix] Written by: Gren Wells Directed by: Gren Wells The Road Within is far from a realistic take on how mental illness affects one’s ability to socially interact but I’d be lying if I said it isn’t incredibly uplifting and heartwarming. Gren Wells has created a wonderful pick-me-up and that’s all youContinue reading “The Road Within”

Exclusive Interview: Jennifer Laporte Talks ‘Clinger’

  Greetings! As part of my contributions to Mr. Rumsey’s Film Related Musings, I had the opportunity to chat with one of the leads in Clinger, a horror comedy I recently reviewed. Jennifer Laporte was cool enough to take some time out of her schedule to chat about her role in the film, and howContinue reading “Exclusive Interview: Jennifer Laporte Talks ‘Clinger’”

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Release: Friday, November 21, 2014 [Netflix] Written by: Ana Lily Amirpour Directed by: Ana Lily Amirpour  In Iranian-American Ana Lily Amirpour’s first film only two things are certain: you will meet a girl, and you will see her walking home alone at night. Outside the realm of the obvious exists a strange and ominous atmosphere laden with unpredictabilityContinue reading “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”

Goosebumps

Release: Friday, October 16, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Darren Lemke; Scott Alexander; Larry Karaszewski Directed by: Rob Letterman If anyone asked me what got me into writing, I would tell them it was R.L. Stine. I wanted to be like him so much I came up with my own ghost stories as a kid; I even started mimicking the artworkContinue reading “Goosebumps”

Clinger

Release: Friday, October 23, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: Michael Steves, Gabi Chennisi, Bubba Fish Directed by: Michael Steves This review is my third contribution to Mr. Rumsey’s Film Related Musings. I’d like to thank James for providing me the opportunity to take a look at this film. Clinger tells a story about an obsessive young man who, after losing his life inContinue reading “Clinger”

TBT: A (belated) Happy Back to the Future Day tribute and other little video shenanigans

As October continues (I’m so totally digging the fact this month begins AND ends on a Thursday — yay for more work!), I stand in defiance by refusing yet again to post anything horror related. Someone’s obviously a graduate of the D.A.R.E. program: I’m successfully standing up to peer pressure and doing my own thing. GoodContinue reading “TBT: A (belated) Happy Back to the Future Day tribute and other little video shenanigans”