Watching movies with friends–it’s like a sport for film-lovers. We spend much of our social lives watching movies we’ve already seen with those who haven’t. It is perhaps our greatest gift. On this episode of Talking Cinema, Adam and Cameron discuss their own favorite films to watch with others. Download the Podcast here.
As you may have read last week, I got a launch PS4. It’s the slickest, newest piece of Sony hardware, and it’s all mine. But, at the end of the day, it is a launch console surrounded by months of hype and hyperbole. How does it hold up, now that I’m keeping it as my new entertainment hub? Does the PS4 live up to the hype? Setting it Up Some users have
Think The Goonies meets the Universal Studios monsters. The Monster Squad, released in 1987, is a fun preteen adventure, where a group of misfits who love monster movies band together, in order to conquer some of the greatest monsters to ever hit the silver screen: Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, the Mummy and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. The Monster Squad begins 100 years before the mid 1980’s in Transylvania. Two epic combatants prepare for
Here it is. The leaves are changing, the pumpkins are carved, and Party City is getting business. It’s October! At CultureMass, we love October. Horror films are dismissed and rejected by the majority of “sophisticated” critics for being cheesy, ridiculous, pandering, and predictable. Not us. We respect them as much as we respect Gaspar Noe dramas and Downton Abbey. To prove it, the month of October will be a bloodbath of