On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s a Something Weird (and Moe Porne) favourite, 1969’s DRACULA (THE DIRTY OLD MAN)
On this episode of The Shelf, we speak with Disney-Pixar's Brad Bird about Incredibles 2 and Domee Shi about her short film Bao, the importance of empowering women in the animation industry, what's on her Dork Shelf, and much more.
This week’s episodes cover pages 230-236, in which Kvothe says some final farewells, sets off on his journey to the University, and meets one of the most important, and most controversial characters in the book – Denna.
Ben and Daniel share their top 10 lists for the best Marvel Cinematic Universe villains and discuss the Spawn, Joker, and Miles Morales Spider-Man news!
An exercise in dramatic tension, character drama and creepy, cultish horror, Hereditary is a fascinating hybrid that nourishes our desires to be entertained, thrilled and emotionally impacted all at once.
We had a chance to speak with Hereditary director Ari Aster about the challenges of getting his vision onto the screen, the remarkable ensemble he had to work with, and what’s next for this newly minted visionary filmmaker.
On this week's episodes of Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 223-229, in which Kvothe continues to acquire the trappings of a proper young lad, as opposed to a street ragamuffin.
Take a splash of THE EVIL DEAD, a pinch of 1977’s HOUSE (aka HAUSU), and a whole lot of body building and you have something resembling the Japanese microbudget horror comedy BLOODY MUSCLE BODY BUILDER IN HELL!
This week on Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 209-215, in which Skarpi is harassed by the Justice of the Tehlin Church, and Kvothe wakes to his true self for the first time since his family were murdered. Heavy stuff!
The Solo: A Star Wars Story villain and Avengers star gushes about Donald Glover, Ron Howard, and the future of the Star Wars franchise.
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 202-208, in which Kvothe awakes from Skarpi’s story, and with the help of a beer, puts together his own connection to the Lanre of Skarpi’s tale.