This entry in our series on the work of Full Moon tackles 3 films: an early Charles Band directed effort, a surprisingly good Sci-Fi/Western, and it's disappointing sequel. It accomplishes this about as well as the films themselves...
We take a look at 3 films from a new and exciting writer/director and star combo in Joel Potrykus and Joshua Burge. Coyote, Ape, and the new film Buzzard, pick apart angry characters intimately, while still including a sharp humor and interesting visual style.
A review of the new film from Marjane Satrapi, writer/director of Persepolis, that isn't quite what it appears to be. If you like talented acting, interesting visual styles, and think your pets are talking back to you, this might be a film for you!
It all comes full circle. I finally found a film that is so bland and mediocre that it gives Derailed a run for its money. Join me as a Lawnmower Man and a Ghostbuster pretend to be on a train, while some dudes walk around...they have guns, or something.
A review of the latest Patrick Stewart film, based on a play from the same guy that wrote Tape. If you like well realized characters, talented actors, and...I don't know, hash? Then this might be for you.
We're on the final stretch with a look at PTA's two most acclaimed films, as well as a brief thought on his latest work. Thanks for joining me on this journey through the career of one of our most talented and interesting filmmakers.