A Trippy Claymation Allegorical Celebration of Mark Twain from 1985

I recently discovered a strange and disturbing video on YouTube depicting Satan, Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer, and Becky Thatcher. The depiction of Satan was powerful and haunting and disturbing. The fallen angel has no head, merely a body that holds… Read More ›

Spontaneous Denial

Spontaneous (2020) A Review by Megan Bosarge  If people around you suddenly started blowing up, you might find yourself wondering if each moment was your last. This is the strange and morbid reality of Spontaneous, directed by Brian Duffield.  Mara… Read More ›

What Lies Below

Review by Megan Bosarge Netflix does it again, creeping out audiences with its latest sci-fi thriller, What Lies Below, directed by Braden R. Duemmler. When Liberty Wells (Ema Horvath) returns home from summer camp to find her mother, Michelle (Mena… Read More ›


If pressed to discuss dialogue as a quality of film, the kind that allows the characters to jump off the screen and become someone else, a few choice directors like Robert Altman and Quentin Tarantino come to mind. Justin Benson,… Read More ›