Category Archives: Projected Pixels and Emulsion

A Now Fear This Roundup

I’m planning to spend most of this week drinking, and frankly, that gets in the way of long, rambling, and expletive-filled reviews.  Fortunately, in the seven years Now Fear This has been alive and well, I’ve written a lot of … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Jaws: The Revenge

The original Jaws is a better movie than Mother Theresa is a person. That’s either the most or least controversial thing I’ve ever said, depending on who you are, but I’ll stand by it. The sequels, though, range from pointless … Continue reading

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Lifetime Theater: Below the Surface

I don’t even know with this one. I can’t even think of a nicely vague statement about writing, or the Lifetime Network, or even maritime disasters that can come close to my opinions on this movie. Because I don’t even … Continue reading

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Now Fear This: All Cheerleaders Die

Satire is a tightrope. Go too far in one direction, and all subtlety, and more importantly the teeth, is gone. Go too far in the other, and you’re just parroting the point of view of whatever it is you’re poking … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Warrior of the Lost World

Thanks to the runaway success of George Miller’s The Road Warrior (or Mad Max 2, if you’re Australian), for a brief, shining moment back in the early ‘80s, every hack with a camera was heading out to some dusty backwater … Continue reading

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Lifetime Theater: Honeymoon From Hell

The point I keep returning to in this series is that the Lifetime network produces horror movies. While some of this is that those are the ones that sound most interesting to me, and are thus the ones I watch … Continue reading

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Now Fear This: Dawn of the Dead

The internet as a whole has not been kind to Zack Snyder. Small wonder, when the man’s job appears to be nothing more than screwing up beloved comic book characters and misunderstanding feminism so hard he accidentally created a singularity … Continue reading

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