I think the writers for S.H.I.E.L.D. have finally found the dynamics that work in “Eye Spy.” The team does have to work as a whole, but each individual has a different talent and pairing those off in a smart way that sparks chemistry has been challenging. I feel like I really got to see the team gel and step more firmly into their roles in this latest episode, particularly the
This week on Talking Cinema, we discuss The Conjuring, our top 5 haunted house films, and much more! Download this podcast here.
The horror anthology has been picking up speed in the last couple of years. With last year’s original V/H/S hitting iTunes and VOD to commercial success, as well as this year’s The ABCs of Death and its sequel, it’s becoming more and more clear that our current filmmaking technology (and its means of distribution) has given new rise to the short film. There’s a market for shorter material because we consume entertainment differently. Not
Ridley Scott’s classic movie Alien was advertised with the tagline “In space, no one can hear you scream.” It followed a trailer that showed scenes from the film in quick succession where nothing that the characters did or said was heard over the white noise and “eagle calls” that have become famous from this trailer. It was simple, it was eerie, and it was intriguing. These are three qualities that