Deadly Strangers is a forgotten entry into the field of rural British horror. Indeed, the flick had flown under the radar of this most dedicated fan of that sub-genre until he stumbled upon it by accident, one appropriately dark and stormy night. The movie opens one overcast (c’mon, it is the Old Dart) Sunday afternoon. … More Get out of my dreams, get into my car? Deadly Strangers (1975)
“What’s with today, today?” The answer to that question may remain eternally elusive. Nonetheless, for any ‘90s teenager, the question’s source will be forever recognisable — it’s Empire Records. Allan Moyle’s coming-of-age dramedy barely registered at the box office when it was released back in 1995. Critics tended to dismiss the pic as an … More What’s with yesterday, today? Empire Records (1995)
What can we say about The Room? Well, we could talk about its so-bad-it’s-good-ness. The film’s now-infamous inanities stretch from the script (with its predilection for the word ‘hi,’ and my personal favourite: “Somebody had better do something around here!”) to the sex scenes (among the most cringe-inducing to be committed to celluloid). We could … More “You’re tearing my bromance apart, Lisa!” The Room (2003)
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