The third installment in the popular horror franchise starring Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith and Bahar Soomekh. This commentary will require the “Saw III” blu-ray or DVD and about two hours of your time.
After the massive success of 2004’s “Saw,” Darren Lynn Bousman directed the highly anticipated sequel in 2005. Check out my commentary track to hear some insight in to what they got right, what they could have done better and learn some fun trivia along the way. You will need a blu-ray or DVD of “Saw II” and 1 hour and 37 minutes of your time.
“It Follows” is a low budget independent horror film that has gained a following over the past year after it has been making the festival rounds. I was finally able to catch a screening of it after it had been given a nation-wide release and while the film doesn’t quite live up to the hype it’s been receiving, it is certainly a new and different take on the horror genre but ultimately leaves the audience with more questions than answers and not enough scares along the way. Continue reading
A man (Josh Brolin) is held in confinement against his will for an unknown reason in Spike Lee’s adaptation of a Korean comic book and subsequent film. Suddenly, after 20 years, he is released and filled with vengeance as he tries to find the men who locked him away. To get to these people he uses the aid of a nurse (Elizabeth Olsen) and karate moves he learned from the television in his locked hotel room. Continue reading
Lance Clifton, an unpublished author and high school poetry teacher, walks into his home to find that his troubled teenage son, Kyle, has killed himself by erotic asphyxiation. To save embarrassment, Lance not only hangs his son in a closet, he also pens a suicide note. However, what Lance didn’t expect was that the entire high school would become inspired by the note. Continue reading