2020s, 3/4, Andrew Dominik, Drama, Review


So, I highlighted the trailer. Guess I gotta review it, huh? I saw someone dub this film Marilyn Monroe: Fire Walk With Me, and that's quite apt. It doesn't have the intensity of David Lynch's film about a girl trapped in a nightmare on her way towards her inevitable end, but it is a similar… Continue reading Blonde

1930s, 3/4, Horror, Review, Tod Browning, Universal Monsters


The first official cinematic adaptation of Bram Stoker's seminal novel (the tales of the illegality of F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu tickle me), Tod Browning's Dracula is a handsomely produced gothic romance that manages to capture enough of the novel to retain a semblance of a story while removing any kind of emotional investment. At only 74-minutes… Continue reading Dracula