What does a boiling tsunami of blood inside a corridor evoke in your mind? What if everything you think about what you know is wrong and is really just the plot of some rubiginous politico and his ploys for mass genocide? Enter Room 237, a documentary directed by Rodney Ascher about the mysteries behind the [...]


If you find yourself low on snowy day activities, and you’re considering letting your soul be possessed by a demonic hotel spirit that launches you on a murderous death spree, you’re going to need to keep your noggin warm. That’s just science. And if you’re going to have to wear some sort of headgear whilst [...]


One of our favorite daily reading websites is without a doubt Grantland. Founded and helmed by Bill Simmons — author of Now I Can Die In Peace, The Book Of Basketball and a sports writer without equal — Grantland serves as the nexus of where sports collides with pop culture, and explodes in a fireworks [...]


20 Nov
Madman Mundt and The Elf discuss all things Aronofsky

Madman Mundt and the Elf were guests at last week’s AFI Fest and attended the Los Angeles premier of Black Swan. This is their collaborative review. Black Swan is out in the US on December 1st. The Elf: I’m a sucker for a dance movie. Ballet specifically. Whether it’s Fame, Flashdance, Center Stage (starring a [...]


3 Feb
Think of them as a little pop culture pop quiz

Jamie Bolton’s minimalist movie posters chisel the away at the pack-it-all-in, DVD-extras-and-bonus-material mentality, revealing only the essence of what a film is all about. Of course, if you haven’t seen any of the films Jamie’s portrayed on poster, then the message may be hard to decipher. If you haven’t seen Back to the Future, Blade [...]

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