Being a horror movie fan follows the cycle of addiction. The more you consume, the more you are inured to the thrills of the product, making you “need” to watch more to find said thrills, with less chance of actually … Continue reading ?
We are subjected, so often, to flat staging and the dialogue-over-all-else style of filmmaking that when someone makes a movie that actually looks like a movie, a piece of cinema, the question of how good it is becomes secondary to ... Read Post
I'm not a big fan of scary movies, horror movies, torture porn, etc. -- my life contains enough actual fear (what if the deli is out of Diet Coke?) that I don't get a thrill from fear-as-pleasure. I've never seen...... Read Post