Whosits and whatsits and LOLs galore.
Spinning Plates is centered around three wildly different restaurants, and the owners behind them.
And you thought you were smart.
A patently ludicrous cult thriller about Devil worship and human sacrifice in which Martin Sheen screams a lot, The Believers occupies a strange space between camp and grim mean-spiritedness (the opening scene seems specifically designed to have traumatically scarred me as a child, which is exactly what it did).
REDRUM could totally be the name of an IKEA bedroom set.
He also chain smokes and waters a plant.
This one is a bit of a twist with the found footage format as it is not the usual “these tapes have been sealed until released by so and so police…”
If you want an idea of where the future of horror lies then Oculus is a great introduction to just that.
I think it’s important to point out that there is a difference between the “greatest” films of all time and the “most important” films of all time.
While Williams was known as an off-the-wall goofball, he was one of the most skilled entertainers of our generation.