DIRECTOR'S POST

March 28, 2020

Again, a film based on a comic this writer hasn’t read.  Basically combine all the cliché, meta, self-awareness of the genre, and insert Vin Diesel.  

Still the filmmaking is superb, the acting is believable, the chick is super hot (KT) and Guy Pearce is in th...

March 9, 2020

While this author has never read the comic book that “I Am Not Okay With This” is based on, its motion picture representation was very solid all around.  One could conclude that a bunch of interesting details from the comic were probably sacrificed to create the series...

January 22, 2020

As far as local monsters go, the Jersey Devil is one of the most well-known.  This means it gets blamed for a lot of the stranger assurances in south Jersey. 

S.E. the clairvoyant, in the last year she was seen alive, began picking up on some specific negative ener...

January 7, 2019

Perhaps more interesting than how the Jersey Devil targets certain victims, is why the Jersey Devil targets certain victims.  What draws the monster out? 

By most accounts the Jersey Devil is reclusive, and makes a very concerted effort to not get spotted.  

However...

January 7, 2019

Black Mirror had been batting a thousand until right after the first episode of the last season (USS Callister, which was great).  What followed got pretty preachy, which unfortunately sacrifices the interestingness of the plot, like in Black Museum.  (Hang the DJ was...

December 5, 2018

Common conception is that children are afraid of ghosts because of their wild imaginations.  As they get older they stop being afraid.  At some point, many stop believing in ghosts.

But what if this is all just a defense mechanism?  What if you had it right as a ch...

December 3, 2018

It is no big surprise that New Jersey has its own devil.  In fact, one of NJ’s last remaining sports teams is the New Jersey Devils.  One thing about the Garden State, we appreciate our own culture, and we will tell you about it. 

The actual Jersey Devil, who...

November 23, 2018

Marie Clapper was around seventeen years old when she was allegedly abducted by the Jersey Devil.  Her pink hair-ribbon was found next to a pentagram design, which was burned into the ground.  Since this happened back in 1841, not much physical evidence on Clapper’s hi...