On the back of our discussion of Citizen Kane comes the discussion of a movie made nearly 80 years after Citizen Kane, about the making of Citizen Kane.
Author: Trevor T. Trujillo
Charles Foster Kane is many things to many people. And the world got to know him in 1941 when the Freshman film of Orson Welles hit a limited number of screens, and managed to snag multiple Oscar nominations and one win.
A film about adorable creatures that turn into horrible monsters, and the people who are kind of horrible, and keep being horrible, but they get a stern talking to from an independent business owner.
Elite space explorers and a radical scientist team up to investigate the derelict spaceship, Event Horizon, which has been missing for seven years.
The naked space vampire movie that the guys thought they remembered, is not the one they caught on display.
Love, honor, revenge, pride, politics, and crime are all on display amid the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands.
“An unexamined life is not worth living.” Socrates “The best place to be is here. The best time to be is now.” Wyld Stallyns “Bake 40 to 45 minutes or just until brownies begin to pull away from sides of pan. Cool completely in pan on cooling rack.” Betty Crocker Wisdom comes in all shapes […]
The announcement has been made that the 2020 edition of the Telluride Horror Show will be conducted from the privacy of our own living rooms, giving an opportunity for people across the country to participate in the horror festival at the top of the Rockies.
It’s one of those magical times when the late Tony Scott crossed paths with the legendary Denzel Washington. Believe it or not, Trevor watched this movie for the FIRST time, specifically for this episode. Would the kidnapping revenge thriller hold up to nearly 25 years of build up? Matt saw this in a timely manner […]
It’s that time of year and with the calendar coincidence, we couldn’t turn down another pass at a 4/20 marijuana-themed episode. This year is 2020 so 4/20 gets two extra 20s, and we’re assured that means celebrators get to consume more marijuana than a normal 4/20, and they get to celebrate longer because “all month […]