Though Tarantino fans may feel deja vu watching “Tales of Babylon”, it’s a fun ride that blends heart, humor, and hard-hitting crime thrills. Tales …continue reading Reel Review: Tales of Babylon (2023)
Chaos and Carnage get cozy with bad boys, bloodsuckers, and big trouble south of the border in the cult classic “From Dusk Till Dawn”. …continue reading Podcast At Night: From Dusk Till Dawn
It’s the birthday of influential filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, and we’re celebrating his remarkable career by ranking his filmography. Quentin Tarantino. One of the most …continue reading Every Quentin Tarantino Film, Ranked
A reported favorite of Quentin Tarantino, “Dead End Drive-In” boasts award-nominated production design and an 80s enthusiast’s dream aesthetic. In a dystopian future (1995) …continue reading The Daily Dig: Dead End Drive-In (1986)
Vinegar Syndrome releases The Eleventh Commandment, a late 80s slasher that’s more dramatic family thriller than a stereotypical horror slasher of that era.continue reading Syndrome Saturday: The Eleventh Commandment (1987)
Almost defying genres, “Why Don’t You Just Die!” is equal parts horror, action and the blackest of black comedies — and a definite must-see. …continue reading Cinepocalypse 2019: Why Don’t You Just Die!