BLACK CHRISTMAS: Suitable for any time of the year if you ask me; but what can you expect from perhaps the finest slasher ever made?
I wonder if he got forgiven?
“In the past I suffered from eating disorders and I basically went from hating every single inch of my body to working on myself and trying to figure out ways to love myself, love the skin I’m in.”
Hocus Pocus. I cannot begin October until I sit down and watch this work of art. Everything about it is perfect.
Coming this October!
Mulder and Scully are returning to Primetime TV in January 2016.
If you’re a fan of old school horror, and appreciate style and wit, this is a must see.
“I explained what had happened, and the next day, he handed me a letter that he wrote to my school.”
From columnist and cultural critic Shaun Scott comes a kaleidoscopic look at the Millennials and their unique relationship to the movies. Many writers claim to be “a voice of a generation.” Scott assumes that mantle with pride in this pithy take on the moral and political significance of movies we mistook for mindless entertainment. In his debut book, the 30-year-old author reveals why cinema’s greatest contribution to popular culture is that it inspires us to imagine a better world than the breaking one his generation inherited.
Drawing on a deep well of historical knowledge, Scott tells emotional truths about American society that many would prefer not to hear. And he employs an engaging, turntable-like approach to film theory and philosophy on the way to making fresh points in unexpected ways with blinding candor. At times argumentative, frequently funny, and relentlessly reflective, “Something Better: Millennials and Late Capitalism at the Movies” introduces inquisitive readers to a public intellectual on a mission. Indispensable reading for anyone searching for a deeper look at American pop culture.