Pandora Cinematheque – Vampires From Mars?

When you’re a drunk at a small-time bar somewhere in Texas, you’d think nothing of a smooth-tongued, clean shaven, irritatingly friendly young man who tries to tell you a story. That is, until he buys you a beer. And then tells you he’s an alien. Our latest Pandora Cinematheque offering is Bar Talk – enjoy!

Film Reviews with a Drag Queen: The Witch

Stixen’s Spoiler-Free Summary An interesting look into the darker effects of religion as well as folklore. It is very much a mixture between an oil painting, The Crucible and The Village. And while I didn’t particularly like any of the characters, I enjoy that you can truly pick apart of the elements of this film […]

Voyage Trekkers!

Hello everyone! Dr. Forge here with a special comedic treat for you. As you might know, I’m a bit of a sci-fi junkie. I can’t get enough, and when I run out of things to watch on TV or the various streaming services, like Netflix, I turn to the internet for fan-written gold. There’s so much […]

“Deadpool” Film Review

On Feb. 12th, 2016 one of the most highly anticipated movies in the Superhero genre was released. On Feb. 11th I was lucky enough to snag some tickets to an early screening of it. Now, to say Deadpool was highly anticipated is no understatement. Fans of the red suited anti-hero have been clamoring for this […]

Pandora Cinematheque – The Gunfighter

Somewhere in the wild west frontier, a lone, weary gunman stumbles into the wrong saloon, where a mysterious god-like narrator holds sway over the miscreant, sinful occupants… oh, and it also stars Nick Offerman…

ABC Steampunk Soap in Pre-Production

No matter how many times naysayers insist that steampunk – or at least its broad popularity – is dead, the genre simply refuses to lie down and die. Since Frankenstein’s monster is a cornerstone in steampunk, this really shouldn’t be such a surprise. The latest proof of pop culture’s enduring fascination with the subculture has […]

Film Reviews with a Drag Queen: Double Feature – Hail, Caesar! and PPZ

Film Reviews with a Drag Queen! In which Stixen Stones teams up with M. Leigh Hood to give you a peek at the latest and greatest in a theater near you. Tonight: A Double Feature! Hail! Caesar and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Moderate spoilers ahead!

A Curse by Any Other Name: Faux-Profanity

Sometimes bad language makes good storytelling. What would the end of Gone With the Wind be without Rhett’s final line? Stephen King would have to work even harder to meet his daily word count. Die Hard might as well be a silent film without the creatively vulgar heroism of John McClane.

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