With the third season of Twin Peaks coming to a spectacular, head-scratching close, we thought we’d look back at the journey that the show has taken us on, as well as its own awe-inspiring transformation from a simple yet compelling murder mystery, into realms beyond life and death, beyond space and time… that is to say, whatever it can be called now.
We had the distinct pleasure of going to the LVLUP Expo this past weekend there we were able to speak with three distinct and very different artists. One, a talented illustrator who goes by the guise of niapuddi. A body pillow and crafter of customer stickers and jewelry who calls herself LilyPop. And lastly, a magnificent cosplayer who’s known all around those circles as Steff Von Schweetz. Below is our transcription of the interviews I conducted where I ask about some of their inspiration and their favorite films.
Since it’s inception in 2012 A24 has been the model for critical consistency in terms of quality. I’m here to tell you why this makes them perhaps the best studio currently going. To understand this we must first understand the studio’s release history and where it all started. So let’s do just that?
We were privileged to be able to interview writer/director Sasha Gordon about her film It…
It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we hear at FilmSnobReviews report the death of character actor Bill Paxton at the age of only 61. With that, I’ve decided to detail what I think are his top 5 movie roles. Whether he’s stealing a scene or saving us from disaster here’s an actor whose work was as diverse as it was excellent. Without further ado let’s do this!
A few days ago I received in my email a correspondence from a Michael Wong, a Malaysian film director. He wanted me to check out his short film “The Story of 90 Coins”. Before we get to my thoughts on this short here’s a snippet of some questions and answers thrown towards Michael Wong as well as the cast:
*Please note this list is accurate as of October the 1st 2016 and is only…
Here are our picks for the Top Ten worst films of 2015.
The romantic comedy. It’s a genre chock full of cliches and tropes. It’s these elements…