December 4, 2020

Christopher Nolan’s Sound ‘Thing’

With many, many auteur directors in the past, the path is similar. They start with humble but ambitious human stories that captivate and expand our ...
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Mixing It Up On A Post-Covid Film Set

Last week I worked on a big-budget shoot for a major film set for release as soon as October and as late as February of ...
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‘The Italian Jobs’ Revisited: What a Difference 30 Years Makes

As the lockdown rages on, and new content is a little scarce, I have decided to look back. I’ve always loved heist movies, and I ...
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Review: “Vast of Night”

Last year, Andrew Patterson made his “Kitchen Sink” film debut, when he served as writer, producer, director and editor of “Vast of Night.” The sub ...
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Film Review: Extraction

Self-isolating has been tough on us all. Many of us are doing what we can to keep busy and keep from getting cabin fever. Obviously, ...
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What is Devs? (Spoiler Free Review)

First thing first, Alex Garland. Does that name mean anything to you? If you’ve read or seen seen “The Beach” or “28 Days Later” or ...
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Review: Ozark Season 3

Ozark Season 3 is Tiger Kings’ older smarter rehabbed cousin As I was binging through the absolute orgy of redneck morons in Tiger King, I ...
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