The Hateful Eight finds Quentin Tarantino operating in his smallest space (with his grandest vistas) all while a bunch of game actors entertains the hell out of you.Read more "Film Review: The Hateful Eight (Roadshow Engagement)"
Django Unchained is the latest from Quentin Tarantino and the results are what you expect with him; great performances, engrossing dialogue and a lot of stuff most people have never seen in a film before.Read more "Film Review: Django Unchained"
Alright people, it’s almost the end of the year – which means some big releases are coming out. Some of the biggest albums, movies, and video games are slatted for release, making for one incredible last quarter in 2012. Enough of this, let’s get to our selections.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012 – Quarter 4 (October – December)"
This week I apparently decided to go with slightly older creature features (also reading Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, which both stays in the same vain and explains why I have only gotten two movies in). Both films wear their age in similar ways; however, From Dusk Till Dawn rises above this in other ways by […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Hello all, I’m Grant and I’ll be doing occasional reviews on this site. This introduction should let you know what I like, and what you can expect from me. Favorite Film Genre From Double Indemnity to Brick I love a good Film Noir. I enjoy the expansive plots and confusing narratives that leave me as […]Read more "Introductions are in Order"
Forgive me mom, because I am about to dole out a word you aren’t fond of numerous times. Does it count in my favor that it isn’t spelled correctly? As far as I am concerned, Quentin Tarantino can rewrite everything we have learned from the history books, as long as he films his version. Though […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Inglourious Basterds"
Quentin Tarantino’s latest is the long in development WWII epic that is not really a war film but a dialogue heavy affair like all of Tarantino’s work and the result is slow burn plot that builds amazing tension through fantastic characters all culminating in an explosive final act that could potentially re-write WWII history. Split […]Read more "Review: Inglourious Basterds"
This documentary’s look at the genre film scene of Australia is a crazy and fun look into the world of over the top cinema and how it greatly helped Australia’s film community thrive and survive. Now, first and foremost, if you are offended by cursing, gore, sex, male genitalia, female genitalia, ultra violence, and lots […]Read more "Review: Not Quite Hollywood"