Love Paul Tremblay’s Books? Get Ready for Adaptations! Someday.

Paul Tremblay’s debut novel, A Head Full of Ghosts, rocked the horror world for its masterful telling of a teenage girl’s possession being fodder for a reality show. The rights were obtained four years ago, and at the moment Oz Perkins (The Blackcoat’s Daughter, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House) isContinue reading “Love Paul Tremblay’s Books? Get Ready for Adaptations! Someday.”

A Side Trip into Neuroticism: Some Extra Thoughts on the Movie ‘Feed’

Feed is a movie about a detective (Phillip) tracking a serial killer (Michael) who kills women by overfeeding them until they die. He takes bets on when they’ll die and exploits them sexually. I wrote a review about the technical aspects of the movie, but I had a more personal reaction to the film thanContinue reading “A Side Trip into Neuroticism: Some Extra Thoughts on the Movie ‘Feed’”

‘Hard Candy’: Not for the Squeamish (review)

Jeff (Patrick Wilson) is a thirty-two-year-old photographer, and when he’s not taking pictures of underage girls for a living, he’s picking them up through the internet. His newest online prey is fourteen-year-old Hayley (Ellen Page), who agrees to go back to his house and pose for him. Unfortunately for Jeff, Hayley is not as sweetContinue reading “‘Hard Candy’: Not for the Squeamish (review)”