David Weil and Jordan Peele’s ‘The Hunt’ Recruits Al Pacino to Fight Nazis
Feb 4th '19

David Weil and Jordan Peele’s ‘The Hunt’ Recruits Al Pacino to Fight Nazis

Al Pacino is one of the few actors who is able to represent an entire era of filmmaking. Known predominantly for his roles in the Godfather films, Pacino’s career has been full of success and iconic appearances in the thriller and gangster movie genres. From his voice to general presence on-screen, he comes off as strong, […]

Zac Efron is the New Ted Bundy

Zac Efron is the New Ted Bundy

There’s a new genre of film and television that has taken the world by storm. Not a day goes by where I don’t hear someone announce their guilty pleasure of enjoying “serial killer dramas” or “assassin documentaries.” My Friend Dahmer, Mindhunter, and Dexter are just some examples of the binge-worthy category. There is something incredibly interesting […]

The Evolution of Anthology in Film and TV

The Evolution of Anthology in Film and TV

Anthology is something that I grew up on, whether it be a collection of Alvin Schwartz short horror stories or taking a trip to The Twilight Zone; the idea of a connected collection is something that has always been appealing. What an anthology is able to do revolves around the contribution of multiple creators, as each is […]

Hollywould: Cobra Kai, Criterion, and Cannes

Hollywould: Cobra Kai, Criterion, and Cannes

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Del Toro and Netflix Team Up For a […]

Takashi Miike: The Japanese Chameleon

Takashi Miike: The Japanese Chameleon

Few filmmakers are able to accomplish the feat that Takashi Miike has over the course of his career; the quest for 100 films. Currently on IMDB, Miike has 102 directing credits to his name and more to come. His collection features some of the most depraved and violent sequences ever put to film. However, he also […]

Hollywould: Labels, Larceny, and Lorena Bobbitt

Hollywould: Labels, Larceny, and Lorena Bobbitt

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry— we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Guillermo del Toro Gets His Own Film […]

The Genre of Indie Films Vol. I: When the Outsider Moved In

The Genre of Indie Films Vol. I: When the Outsider Moved In

As much as I try to keep my fingers on the pulse of the film industry and be aware of what audiences want to see, sometimes I just don’t understand popular opinion. Last year, there was one film that drove that point home for me more than any other: Lady Bird. I feel as if I’m […]

The Edgar Wright and The Tarantino Question

The Edgar Wright and The Tarantino Question

I am a big fan of Edgar Wright. When I first read he was working on an action packed heist film called Baby Driver, I was excited. It was a decent film; I liked it, but it was more about being fun than being deep. I think what was more interesting was its style and tone. […]