In this special episode, Matt journeys to Nightmare on Edgewood, Indianapolis’ most intense haunted house to talk about the history of the haunt, and discuss the nature of fear and scary movies with the haunt’s marketing coordinator. Continue reading →
Filmmakers Michael Goldburg and Dave Chan return to the podcast to talk about their new crowdfunding campaign for their first feature film, SURE-FIRE. Long-time listeners will remember Michael and Dave from OV131and if you made it to last year’s Shocktober in Irvington, you saw their short film What’s Eating Dad?If you haven’t had a chance to see that, you should really check out the incentives the guys have lined up for their crowdfunding campaign!
For this special episode of the podcast, Matt talks to Allison Burnett, the writer and director of Ask Me Anything, an indie drama about a girl who blogs about her sex life in her one-year deferment from college after high school. Allison is also the author of Undiscovered Gyrl (the novel Ask Me Anything is based on), its sequel Another Girl among other things. Continue reading →
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In this special episode of the podcast, I (Matt) premiere my solo side-project podcast: Anthology. In this pilot episode, I introduce the concept for the podcast, its origin, and give some background on The Twilight Zone and my feelings about the show. I also review and analyze The Twilight Zone’s first two episodes: Where is Everbody? & One for the Angels.
It's the kind of movie that thinks it's being clever despite not trying hard at all to do it. I appreciate the variety, I guess, but the tonal shifts among the different fantasies just made the whole movie feel like it was working through a genre identity crisis. The way the story tries to tie things together was a bit haphazard but better than not […]
Well-meaning and sugary sweet, but doesn't really have much of anything really profound or interesting to say. Allison Janney and the mean troop just go through the motions of being antagonists for the misfit characters. It's also got one of the strangest "group unites in an act of solidarity" scenes I've seen.
Weird Valentine's Day viewing. Sure. But man, talk about a 180. I saw Snowpiercer 5.5 years ago in suboptimal conditions on zero sleep.Revisiting it now, in a better frame of mind and in the as aftermath of Parasite, I can see the things that should have worked for me when I saw it in 2014. The world building and class system social commentary is a work […]
Not as bad as I was expecting. Tons of humor that does not land with just a couple bits that caught me off-guard (Robotnik's response to Tom saying he was breast fed was genuinely hilarious). Jim Carrey is the stand out by far. But it's not enough to leave much of an impression.My full review: https://obsessiveviewer.com/2020/02/14/sonic-the-hedgeh […]