Richard Kelly’s second feature, Southland Tales, is by no means flawless, but its ideas have never been more timely and the legion of Donnie Darko fans should be out there supporting it like they do that film.Read more "Why Didn’t You See Southland Tales?"
With our feet firmly planted in 2013, it is time for the writers here at HST to look back on the past year and reminisce about the good, the meh, and the just plain ugly of the entertainment world, starting right her with film.Read more "HST…Best Movies of 2012"
Kevin Smith’s latest is his weakest, this is coming from a fan of his, and while it has some solid laughs and moments through out, the filmmaking is sloppy and uneven while the acting seems to through the motions at times. The film follows a pair of detectives, Jimmy and Paul, who have been together […]Read more "Review: Cop Out"
David Wain’s latest is a vast improvement from the hit or miss The Ten, but also doesn’t come close to the awesome amazingness of Wet Hot American Summer; though remains a solid comedy entry in its own right. Danny (Paul Rudd) and Wheeler (Seann William Scott) are co-workers who go around everyday giving presentations to […]Read more "Review: Role Models"
Richard Kelly’s long delayed and highly anticipated follow up to super cult hit Donnie Darko is an entertaining film that upon first viewing is a bit all over the place, but seems to most likely benefit from repeat viewings. The film stars a trio of actors, Dwayne “don’t call me Rock” Johnson, Seann William Scott, […]Read more "Review: Southland Tales"