Though mainly a biopic, Christine (2016) could be viewed as a horror of the banal. A friend of mine who is a horror aficionado just happened to post his review of the film on Zuckerbook this week, and even if I'd had any doubt about watching it after checking out the trailer on YouTube (I... Continue Reading →
I Said I Wasn’t Going to Do This.
I had no intention of writing about Charlie Kaufman's I'm Thinking of Ending Things, which I watched over the weekend. In fact, having been discouraged by the trailer with its seemingly affected aesthetic and almost comic timing, I nearly didn't watch the film at all - but acquiesced after some new information reignited my hope.... Continue Reading →
Bodily Autonomy Triptych
I don't watch movies often these days. Documentaries are more my go-to, but even they are far between. This weekend, though, I was very in the mood to watch things and, in fact, to do little else. Now I'm reflecting on my viewing choices, wondering if they were in some way connected. As you know,... Continue Reading →