BABYSITTER MASSACRE

While the majority of the film is spent checking off slasher list items, Couto manages to sneak in some of his trademark subversion by trying to create a quartet of central characters who might be actual people were there not a murder agenda to keep to…

Posted on October 9, 2013 in Reviews by

CROSS BEARER

In the movies, drug deals never go off as planned. If they did, I suppose, the running times of the movies would be a lot shorter. In the case of “Cross Bearer,” a simple plan to do the deal, rip off the owner, and retire with a girlfriend to the Greek Isles results in disaster more quickly than most. For strippers Heather and Bunny, the Morality Gods come down on them particularly hard…

Posted on April 18, 2013 in Reviews by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 81: ANGER ISSUES?

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, Digital Celluloid sits through a very ridiculous movie with a less than stable cast of characters, one in particular that might need a few sessions of anger management…

Posted on January 11, 2012 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

I SAW THE DEVIL

“I Saw the Devil” is a gorgeous film about horrible things. Days after the screening, I still carry its unsettling baggage with me…

Posted on February 27, 2011 in Reviews by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 11: NEW JASON IS FAST

“Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, Digital Celluloid leaves the Crystal Lake of the past and ventures to the Crystal Lake of the future, seeing how Jason Voorhees has changed through the years…

Posted on September 8, 2010 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 10: OLD JASON IS SLOW

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, Digital Celluloid goes back to Crystal Lake of the 80’s and asks the question: Why didn’t they simply run away faster…

Posted on September 1, 2010 in Digital Celluloid, Features by