[Rock Fist Way Down] In its brief history, movies that get released on Video On Demand or DVD before they hit the screen more often than not get a bad reputation. That’s not always the case though. Earlier this summer, David Wain’s film They Came Together. That was a smart spoof on romantic comedies that [...]
From the director of Dungeons & Dragons comes a convoluted chase film that makes the logic behind The Chase look sound by comparison.
Was Harmony Korine expecting the excitement and reception that ‘Spring Breakers’ has received? Does he seek out subject matter in his films that makes him uncomfortable? What is the perfect way to view his new film?
Find out the answers to all of the questions and more by listening to Trey’s interview with Harmony Korine!
This week, Trey gushes over two movies, Spring Breakers and Stoker while Eric joins in on the Stoker love fest. Trevan pouts because he missed them both!
I can with a straight-face and complete seriousness say that ‘Spring Breakers’ is Harmony Korine’s most mature film, and the craft and control that Korine exerts on his medium is incredible.
Although Hotel Transylvania isn’t Tartakovsky’s creation, you can certainly see his fingerprints all over the film in a script he helped punch-up and his influence to push the movie towards a more high-energy animation style resembling Tex Avery’s classic cartoons.