Seven: The Backwoods, Depression, and The Manliness of Carrying Your Own Shotgun

I was feeling a little depressed last week when I settled in for my screening of The Backwoods on my laptop. I know, I know, watching movies on one's laptop is not primo, not if you're a REAL CINEMA fan, but as I said I was feeling low and liked the idea of holding off … Continue reading Seven: The Backwoods, Depression, and The Manliness of Carrying Your Own Shotgun

Three: Track 29, The Love Ladder, and the Unexpected Value of Ugliness

Track 29’s ranking on the Oldometer: 6/10 Gary Oldman character quality: If Martin were written to be real flesh and blood, this character would not make a whit of sense, however as we are not sure how much of him is real, Oldman has the chance to get weird, and boy does he. Martin is the best … Continue reading Three: Track 29, The Love Ladder, and the Unexpected Value of Ugliness