Cold, bleak, grim, depressing and so damn good! I really need to dig deeper in Alan Clarke’s filmography!
I own every The Beatles album and I love them all. They’re my safe place to go when I wanna hear good music. They got a record that fits almost every mood. Still, I was never obsessed with them. That’s probably got to do with that I was born the same year John Lennon was murdered. They were never really a part of my childhood and it wasn’t until my early teenage years that I come to really appreciate them. …
Insurance investigator John Trent is hired to find the best selling horror author Sutter Cane after he dissapears without a trace with his latest, eagerly awaited book, In the Mouth of Madness in his possession.
"Cane's writing has been known to have an effect on his less stable readers."
John Carpenter's Lovecraftian tale is a fantastic creation. The theme of the power of the written word and how a dark alternative reality is out there is fascinating stuff, a great…
My wife has two all-time favorite movies. One of them is Gone with the Wind, the other one is Eden Lake. Today we revisited it on blu-ray for the first time. It's a punch in the face, a harsh and violent nightmare and one of the most effective thrillers of recent years! British-white-trash-surburban-forest-survival-horror at it's finest! Truly disturbing.
I never thought about it before but Eden Lake is almost The Last House on the Left in reverse.