The Rubble Kings documentary is an unreal look at 1970’s NYC street gangs. Check out this film and go back to a time when youth culture was pure rebellion!
“It’ll Take a Black One to Move Me!” – 5 Overlooked Black Horror Films So spit Chuck D. in the immortal Public Enemy song “Burn, Hollywood, Burn!” and today I’d like to honor that combination of furious independence and Black History by examining some Black Horror films that I think
All the Colors of Giallo: Blood, Sex, the Occult, and Heaping Loads of 70’s Weirdness What is a Giallo? Basically, it’s a type of Italian thriller, a movie concerned with crime and violence and, most of all, murder. They were a highly stylistic kind of film that had their heyday
I grew up in Adelaide, South Australia in the 1990s. Known as the “City of Churches,” Adelaide, with a population of over a million and situated between glorious hills and a magnificent shoreline, was one of the safest places to grow up in Australia. Yet, between 1992 and 1999, John
80’s Horror Week: Blood, Guts, Boobs, and High Weirdness This past week was the annual “80’s Horror Week” (January 13th-19th) amongst the Instagram community and together, me and my horror friends celebrated films exclusively from the 1980’s. This year I decided to go with films that I loved but haven’t
This documentary I Think I’m an Animal (Species Dysphoria Documentary) is special on so many levels. What I like about it is how therians open up about who they are. No judgement here – check out this very intriguing film. Species dysphoria is the experience of dysphoria associated with the feeling that one’s