Recorded October 15, 2020: In this episode, Tiny and I review some of the stuff we watched at the 29th Annual Heartland Film Festival! We covered the documentaries 76 Days, In Case of Emergency, Belly of the Beast, and When My Time Comes. We also touch on The Comey Rule, All In: The Fight for Democracy, and more.
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In this episode, Ben and I continue our journey through Roger Ebert’s Great Movies list with a special Heartland Film Festival edition of our review series. We discuss two Hitchcock films on the list that were part of Heartland’s lineup of special drive-in screenings. First, we review 1954’s Rear Window and then follow it with 1958’s Vertigo.
Delighted by this body swap slasher comedy. Vince Vaughn has a lot of fun in the role and Kathryn Newton does really great work playing a deranged serial killer. The comedy is fun and doesn't overshadow some inventive (and delightfully ridiculous) kills throughout it.Fun movie.Full review: https://obsessiveviewer.com/2021/07/26/freaky-2020/
Unfortunately, the uptick in violence is the only part of Old that feels as though it isn’t taken out of the same bag of tricks Shyamalan has been playing with for the last couple decades. One of the most frustrating and confusing dips back into that well is Shyamalan’s continued depiction of mental illness as a catalyst for villainy. The Visit had depiction […]
Wrapped up the story nicely, although the first hour or so was a little hit and miss. Really liked what Netflix did with this trilogy and I really hope there's more to come. Gruesome horror fun.Full review here: https://obsessiveviewer.com/2021/07/17/fear-street-part-three-1666-2021/