30+ Years On, Stanley Kubrick’s Masterpiece The Shining Still Mesmerizes

Struggling to turn his life around in the wake of alcoholism and the abuse of his child, writer Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) agrees to take a 5 month long off-season caretaker position at The Overlook Hotel.  Completely isolated and left to his own devices, Jack’s young son, Danny (Danny Lloyd), begins seeing things thanks to aContinue reading “30+ Years On, Stanley Kubrick’s Masterpiece The Shining Still Mesmerizes”

Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?

When a Weyland/Yutani towing vessel receives an order to investigate a signal of unknown origin on a nearby planet, the crew of the Nostromo are wakened from hypersleep.  Touching down on the planet from which the signal appears to originate, a search party comes into contact with an alien lifeform, one of whom attaches itselfContinue reading “Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?”

Teenagers are total Animals in director Marçal Forés new flick

By all outward appearances, Pol (Oriol Pla), is just an average teenager.  Living with his brother in the countryside, Pol rides his bike to school every day where he struggles to understand who he really is and where he fits in. Animals is the first feature film of Marçal Forés and after seeing it, I’m excitedContinue reading “Teenagers are total Animals in director Marçal Forés new flick”

An Interview with Michele Mulkey

Michele Mulkey, it’s an honor to have you with us! We know you’re incredibly busy working on the AD Lane project Invasion of the Not Quite Dead, so thank you for taking the time out to chat with us. Michele, you have an incredible list of credits under your belt ranging fromSolaris, Seed of Chucky, The Chronicles ofContinue reading “An Interview with Michele Mulkey”