Currently winding up far too small of a theatrical release, you may be fortunate enough to catch this weird, majestic film in a theatrical location. It's a major leap for Zombie, and I can't help but love it. Don't get me wrong, I'd like to see what happened with some of the other subplots from the book, but I haven't been this pleased with a horror film in a long time. Have a read of my extended thoughts over at the Scene, and then see the film.
02 May 2013
04 April 2013
here. There is some trenchant observation with just a tad of leavening bitchery. I hope you enjoy it.
21 March 2013
exquisitely messed-up English-langauge debut for Korean director Park Chanwook, and it's an opportunity that I leapt at. When you see Stoker, and you certainly should, you'll sink into its sensual enchantment and you will want to get new wine glasses. It's not just a testament to Nashville's exceptional film industry, some of the finest artists and craftspeople I've had the pleasure of sharing a mutual horror at our state legislature with, but an example of how you can rope together several disparate elements and turn it into something unexpected and glorious. Not to be missed...
28 February 2013
14 February 2013
Sine Yo Pitty On The Runny Kine," starring Pootie Tang. You know you need to be there. Wapatau to the bammies...
Space is the Place, West Nashville's monthly Italo party, for the Nashville Scene this Valentine's Day. I hope to see you there.