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Apparently, it’s June. I’m as shocked as you are; thanks to viruses, shutdowns, and widespread looting, I haven’t dared to go outside since Easter. While I’m sure someday movie theaters will reopen and once again the Agony Booth will be…
It’s October, and since Halloween lasts an entire month nowadays, that means plenty of dark, gothic, creepy, and emo films are on the release schedule. Here to determine which of this month’s movies will put a scare into audiences (or…
January is upon us, which as we all know is the time of year reserved for that curious mix of Oscar bait finally going wide, obvious duds that got pushed back from summertime/holiday releases, and the rare diamond in the rough taking advantage of a total lack of competition. In other words, expect Rogue One to dominate the box office for the foreseeable future.
In yet another "You Asked For It" episode, the Fear Fan tackles Twixt, the misbegotten creation of Francis Ford Coppola that proves that some ideas should have a stake put in them from the start.
“We expect Benjamin to have interesting things happen to him, but no, he’s just a boring man with an odd condition.”
“After seeing it, I can safely say this is as close to date rape as Disney is going to get. It seems it was only put forth as a veiled allegory because the movie is for kids. Had it been for adults, it would have just been rape.”
Maleficent (2014). Meh.
“One of Spielberg’s most famous and cherished movies is E.T., the story of a young boy who befriends an alien who’s just trying to get back home. Well, just imagine what that movie would have been like if E.T. ate people.”