Mike Thorn and A.M. (Anya) Novak look back at the series entries and provide their thoughts on the newest addition.
“To watch Roger Corman’s Poe movies is to visit a mythic dreamscape where the boundaries between life and death are permeable.”
“If ‘mother!’ lacks the refinement of a manifesto for a new breed of movie theater flick, it makes up for it in the audacity to be unique.”
“It’s rare to find a movie that pays homage to the good ol’ days while also paving its own way, but ‘Hatchet’ is that.”
“As an adaptation of a great 20th century novel, ‘It’ completely misses the mark.”
Mike and Anya submitted this draft on August 25, 2017 — one day before Tobe Hooper passed away at age 74.
“Do we really need to see anything to be scared?”
“It’s an unconventional perspective, making ‘Libera Nos’ a riveting new lens on a familiar topic.”
“The new wave, as it is wont to be called, is something to be celebrated, not miscategorised out of ignorance.”
“It’s a good year to be a Constant Reader.”