Peter’s Movie Pick of the Week: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
Over a decade ago, a friend told me about this movie, saying that it was one of the most original takes on the Slasher genre he had ever seen. Read More
Peter’s Movie Pick of the Week: The Lost City of Z
From director James Gray (We Own The Night) comes one of the most interesting movies of 2017.
Bonus! The Special Features Feature Featuring Wolverine and the X-Men
Today’s Feature: The Inner Circle: Reflections on Wolverine and the X-Men (2010) – Wolverine and the X-Men: The Complete Series (2009)
Match This! Memphis Wrestling 1982
Andy Kaufman vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler – Memphis Wrestling, April 5, 1982
Bonus! The Special Features Feature Featuring Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Today’s Feature: TNT’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas Special Edition (1994) – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)
Peter’s Movie Pick of the Week: In the Mouth of Madness
John Carpenter has a massive appreciation for the works of H.P. Lovecraft. There’s no other Carpenter movie that shows it more than In the Mouth of Madness.
Bonus! The Special Features Feature Featuring X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut
Today’s Feature: Mutant vs. Machine (2015) – X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut (2014)
Peter’s Movie Pick of the Week: Brigsby Bear
It’s very rare that I come across something that really inspires me. When you have a story to tell, it eats away at your insides. You want to share your idea with the world, but you’re also afraid that the world may reject it. It doesn’t matter though, it’s a part of you, no matter the circumstances. I feel like that’s what it means to be an artist, whether you’re trying to make a movie, write a story, or paint a picture. It is an extension of you and who you are. These feelings overwhelmed me as I watched Brigsby Bear.
Peter’s Movie Pick of the Week: Pan’s Labyrinth
Guillermo Del Toro is an amazing writer and director. I am hard pressed to think of one of his movies that I didn’t enjoy. Of course, some are stronger than others and, in my opinion, Pan’s Labyrinth is his masterpiece. I remember when I first saw it in the theater, walking out and knowing that I had seen what a movie should be.