Little monsters indeed. This film is a confusing mess, but hey! At least there’s a ghoulie on the VHS cover coming out of a toilet wearing suspenders!* (*no actual ghoulie […]
This flick boasts the film debut of Stephen Dorff, special effects that are outta site, and a bitchin’ best friend, Terry, who just loves him some satanic Canadian thrash metal. […]
Stephen Herek’s 1986 creature feature is full of silliness, gore, intergalactic bounty hunters and Billy Zane with an earring/ponytail. When the crites hijack a spaceship and hightail it to Earth, […]
The Screen Addicts have been channel surfing and noticed a lot of returning television series. It made us wonder what shows we feel like should have another go at it!
Join host/Producer Alfred Crane as he chats with co hosts Jonathan Moody and Donnie Sturges about The Films of Cannon Home Entertainment.
Fresh out of our screenings of First Reformed, we jump on the mic to talk through what we just saw. Paul Schrader’s latest film hit us hard with its intellectually profound script regarding matters of faith and environmentalism, providing plenty of questions and few answers. One of the strengths of the film is its ability to be a powerful conversation-starter, and this episode is proof of that.
Is Isle of Dogs one the best Anderson projects? Well.. some would argue there’s two sides to that coin A: it’s GREAT and the less popular opinion B: It’s NOT
Linda Blair stars again as Regan, now a teenage girl more interested in tap dancing than demons, gets sucked back into Pazuzu’s world of pain through a hypnotic synchronizer, apoplectic […]
An emotionally charged episode of BEHIND THE LENS covering two hot-button topics as we welcome writer/director JON KEAN talking about his latest documentary, the powerful and powerfully moving and insightful AFTER AUSCHWITZ, and BENJAMIN NOLOT talking the […]
On this week’s episode, the Screen Addicts were inspired by the release of the origin/prequel Solo and run down a list of film characters that we would want to see a prequel backstory.
The stars align here at the end of May. Ron Howard’s new film Solo: A Star Wars Story hits the big screen featuring a backstory of the iconic character made famous by Harrison Ford. The happenstance of Ron Howard treading into Harrison Ford’s territory led us to an American classic that turns 45 years old this year. Hop in your car of choice, roll the windows down, turn your music up, and drive it slow as we talk American Graffiti.
Eric Edwards is back again as we try to roll a saves vs magic against the third installment of our Nightmare retro, Part 3: Dream Warriors. Big Hair, Big Dreams, Big Deaths!