This week, Trista K. Robichaud returns to collaborate on a film review. It’s a brand new piece in the spirit of our old Alamo Cinema Massacre column. Welcome back, Trista! Synopsis: Psychology PhD student Dani (Florence Pugh) has relationship problems – she has needy bipolar sister Terri (Klaudia Csányi) and an uncommunicative boyfriend (Jack Reynor) […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAYS: MIDSOMMAR"
Synopsis: Following a massive earthquake strong enough to break off LA from the continent and Christian fundamentalism’s rise to take over US government, America becomes a proud, pious utopia (or a dystopia to those who aren’t buying in to that particular form of Christianity). An elected for life President (Cliff Robertson) rules the nation with […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAY: ESCAPE FROM LA"
This week brings the second volume of pulpy adventure fiction to eReaders and book stands around the world. C. C. Blake returns as curator for the book, delivering over 16,000 words of stories and articles for the low, low price of $2.99 (eBook)/$5.99 (paperback). Three authors present thrilling tales of action, wonder, and excitement in […]Read more "TUESDAY TEASE: PULPTASTIC ADVENTURES QUARTERLY ISSUE TWO"
Synopsis: The Wilson family comes to the maternal grandmother’s house, and though the former occupant is now gone the place remains a pleasant enough vacation spot. Mother Adelaide (Lupita Nyong’o), Father Gabe (Winston Duke), teenage daughter Zora (Shahadi Wright Joseph), and young son Jason (Evan Alex) have come for some time in a house on […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAYS: US"
This week, we take another opportunity to turn the clock back and check out one of the columns written for our Alamo Cinema Massacre column . . . While Trista was bedridden due to complications from her pregnancy, I did my best to make sure she had everything she needed to be comfortable and anxiety-low. […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAYS: WE ARE THE FLESH"
This week, something different: Checking out an Ozploitation double feature. Up-front horror from the Outback! Just what is Ozploitation? Why, it’s a general term for exploitation flicks made in Australia. There don’t seem to be much in the way of overarching themes or qualities to these flicks, though some thematic linkages begin to suggest themselves. […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAY: RAZORBACK and BODY MELT"