Sex with a side of sex: Richard Rush’s Color Of Night

I used to own a copy of Richard Rush’s Color Of Night, and I could kick myself in the teeth for ever pawning it in times of financial despair. It’s one of the steamiest, wackiest and most ludicrous erotic thrillers that the 90’s has to offer. I’m not kidding, this one navigates its way to … More Sex with a side of sex: Richard Rush’s Color Of Night

Yuletide Terror: Revisiting Black Christmas

25 Days Of Christmas Cheer: Day 12 Before John Carpenter’s Halloween, there was Black Christmas, and no it’s not a Tyler Perry holiday special. It’s a slick little slasher set in a 1970’s sorority house during Christmas break, when many of the girls have gone home. Suddenly mysterious phone calls start to plague the ones … More Yuletide Terror: Revisiting Black Christmas

The Psychology Of Film~Episode 2: Paramedic Fever Dreams: Martin Scorsese’s Bringing Out The Dead

Recently myself and a good friend of mine, Mo Barrett, have begun to craft special ‘interactive’ video summaries of some of our favourite darker, more challenging films. This installment sees us look at Martin Scorsese’s Bringing Out The Dead, a terrific. Option picture which we both have a mutual love for. Please click the link … More The Psychology Of Film~Episode 2: Paramedic Fever Dreams: Martin Scorsese’s Bringing Out The Dead