This week we discuss a ghost story that claims it's not a ghost story because its many ghosts aren't scary or useful to the plot. Join us as we examine Guillermo Del Toro's beautiful looking Crimson Peak and its score by Fernando Velázquez.
Conan the Barbarian is an unnecessary, but often entertaining adaptation of Robert E. Howard's series of stories about the Cimmerian warrior who was "born of battle." And to the film's credit, it doesn't feel like a full remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger take on the character. This Conan is actually smarter and even more action packed than the beloved films from the 80s, but under the direction of Marcus Nispel sometimes the film can be excessive even by the standards of the character.