The sad story of a phenomenon that became a commodity.
Certain moments bind us so strongly to the fabric of the moving image that we forget to whom we owe the emotions it inspires - the memories, or the movies themselves.
I hate this day, sometimes.
Some of our favorite films either directed by, produced by, written by, or shot by women.
The GBT Crew picks their top 10 films of this absolute bummer of a year.
On December 3rd, the GBT crew (minus Reed) headed on up to scenic Poughkeepsie NY for the fourteenth semi-annual Hudson Horror Show; a grueling 12-hour parade of ‘70s and ‘80s creature-features, body horrors, taboo sexploitation films, and all manner of cult classics. This lineup included RoboCop (1987), The Hitcher (1986), Death Race 2000 (1975), The … Continue reading The Hudson Horror Show
David Lynch wishes he could be this surreal