Lili Horvát’s mysterious drama In Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period Of Time is a suspenseful fever-dream with shades of classic Hitchcock.
Tomas Street’s mystery-thriller Fugue is a cold-blooded crime flick.
Enola Holmes stars Millie Bobby Brown as a teenage super-sleuth who outwits her famous older brother, Sherlock Holmes.
Westworld’s latest episode, Passed Pawn, reflects how this season three has shown improvements and taken steps back.
Disappearance at Clifton Hill is a moody and surreal neo-noir that transforms Niagara Falls into a haunting border town.
Knives Out is a thrilling whodunnit about a family of self-absorbed millionaires with their eyes on their family’s fortune.
Round 18 of the 2nd season of Movies vs. Matrimony!
Welcome back faithful Pagers! It’s Jeremy here with this week’s installment of the Page of the Wind blog! This week’s episodes cover pages 237-243, in which Kvothe plays music for the first time since his father’s lute was smashed in Tarbean. You could say this is what gets Kvothe his groove back. *prepares to be […]
Our Los Cabos International Film Festival 2017 review of Daniel Graham's Opus Zero.
EVERYONE IN YOUR SEATS! On this episode of NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES, Moe and Doug are like school in summertime… NO CLASS! Also, a vicious CHUPACABRA is on the loose thanks to some potent Mexican sorcery. Students at BAXTER U are being dispatched in a variety of messy (off-screen ways), and it’s up to a trigger happy […]
Ryan Cavalline’s Serial Killer kind of sucks, but No-Budget Nightmares is going all out to bring this tale of twisted killers, tied up ladies, and a foot in a box to life!
It’s episode 84 of No-Budget Nightmares and we’re doing another Patreon Special: 555!
The Fade Out, a new series published by Image Comics and written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, is an engaging story set on the set of a late 1940s Hollywood noir film.
Pseudo-historical, slightly spooky, but infinitely kung fu (with choreography by the beloved Sammo Hung) do Detective Dee’s massive CGI set pieces and explosively absurd fight scenarios create any competition for our biggest 'busters back home? Namely Sherlock Holmes? Which I’m saying because I guess that’s the easiest reference point for a spectacle detective story?