Monthly archives: June, 2016

A Reflection on John Carpenter: A Live Retrospective

The stage, flanked by walls with intricate designs that are characteristic of historic theatres, holds instruments, resting and waiting for their masters. A giant screen sits behind the instruments, with a large center piece and three more to extend the sides and the top. The audience walks in, many in black t-shirts, colorful hair, and…


SIFF Film Review: The Night Stalker

As a person who has seen a great many serial killer films, I appreciate that this has great acting, dialogue, and doesn’t look like crap. The casting was very well done, especially in looks and matching the different aged actors with their counterparts. With that said, I do think it relies on sitting in a…