The enigmatic and achingly precise Terrence Malick has aimed his camera at all manner of subjects—now, in the forthcoming Song To Song, he has taken on the rock music scene in Austin, Texas. Save for stunning visuals, I’m never sure what to expect from a Malick film, but this one looks good.
In light of recent, cataclysmic events, I find myself deeply interested in locating Things That Are Good. I expect many of you pals are embarking on similar expeditions. And so I give you the trailer for I Don’t Feel At Home in This World Anymore, a crime thriller from Netflix that has just premiered at the Sundance…
It’s October, which means that many of you fine folk are jonesing for a few scary flicks. I am not among you, but I respect your tastes and thus present the trailer for Bryan Bertino’s The Monster.
As the star of The Edge Of Seventeen, husky-voiced, masturbation evangelist Hailee Steinfeld is the latest youthful beauty to feign awkwardness in the well-traveled Coming Of Age Film. But the trailer, rife with talent—Steinfeld included—suggests that this film might not require an original premise to be a delight.
Yesterday, we reported that Akron Ohio's Coming Attractions bridal store — now known to many only as "the Ebola shop" — was closing due to the fact that no one wanted to buy dresses from a place where someone with Ebola (who has been cured) had been at one point in time. Now, the store might be saved!
This weekend, I stayed with a friend - who, despite the mere three-month gap between our birthdays, is unquestionably a grownup. She has a mortgage, and people who answer to her. Most of all, she has anti-aging products.