In this post, Vernacular’s resident satirist picks on their favorite shows and movies streaming for the month of August.
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 ›
Stop what you’re doing and go watch Bliss. Director Mike Cahill (Another Earth, I Origins,) delivers yet another mind-bending flick that will keep viewers guessing as they fall in love with the main characters. Perfect for fans of Black Mirror,… Read More ›
One of the first memes I saw that made me chuckle after quarantine began was a letter board on the side of the road read: I was told there would be zombies. We all expected a boom, but the world… Read More ›
Joe’s recent grumpy review about Frozen I & II got me thinking about the stories we tell our children. Those movies, and often their soundtracks, have been on a constant loop in my busy household for sometime. I even reviewed… Read More ›
My son is young enough that I did not need to endure the instant Disney classics of Frozen and Frozen 2. I chose this journey because I seek to understand the most successful commercial property for children in my lifetime…. Read More ›
“This isn’t a good place for someone who likes books,” Gorent, the main character of the movie The Platform, directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, is told over and over after waking up in a uniquely structured prison that allows two prisoners… Read More ›