Welcome back, everyone! We hope you’ve survived the bulk of the deadly flu season unscathed. We have, and now that movie season is really starting to fill back in, we’re ready to talk about our next film.
Starring Helen Mirren, Sarah Snook, and Jason Clarke, Winchester is “inspired by” true events: those events being the building of an incredibly eclectic home in San Jose, California in the early 1900s by Sarah Winchester.
Heiress of the Winchester Repeating Rifle Company, Sarah spent years building and rebuilding what is now known as the Winchester House. Why?
This movie draws on some of the most pervasive legends and gossip that have arisen through the years and runs with them.
We’ve been talking about doing this one for a bit, the newest offering from director Darren Aronofsky,
This one’s got no edits, nothing cut out; all the pauses, umms, curses, and confusion is on display for you as we discuss this visionary(?) film.
Buckle up, kids.
Well, now that the end of Summer vacation season is winding down, let’s get back to some movies, shall we?
This time out, it’s our look at the second Stephen King adaptation of the year,
Adapted from the book of the same name, and previously made into a TV miniseries (to a somewhat mixed reaction), Hollywood has decided that this tale of childhood horror deserved a second shot.
Is it going to scare up enough green at the box office and lift an otherwise uncooperative cumulative gross for Hollywood this year?
Let’s find out.
Welcome back to the Visually Stunning Movie Podcast.
Here’s another movie there has been a lot of excitement about. Starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey, based on a series of books by horror-master Stephen King, it’s:
The Dark Tower
I’ll be honest: though I’ve read my share of Stephen King novels, the Gunslinger books weren’t included, so I’m coming into this blind.
Let’s see how well they pulled off King’s notoriously hard-to-adapt material, shall we?