Resident cinephile and exploitation cinema lover, Scrivener Jeff, takes a gander at Abel Ferrara's Ms. 45. The first in a series analyzing exploitation film, its impact and why Scrivz loves it so damn much.
"If it bleeds it leads". The common sentiment of newsrooms everywhere. Nightcrawler tells the story of a man caught up in the spiral of insanity of Los Angeles crime, death and mayhem. More after the jump.
St. Vincent, directed by Theodore Melfi, presents the tale of a grizzled old man who'd rather spend his time at the bar meeting a young boy who happens to need a babysitter after school. Worth watching? More after the jump.
I know that TMNT is a franchise that is, well, kinda dumb. I get that. Cartoons, movies and games from it have been dumb (some of them really fun actually). This is something else. It's just not good and really stupid. :| Kids movies don't have to be this stupid. More after the jump.
The Power Glove. Everything is child's play and during that crucial era of the early Nintendo days the hype machine was in full swing. The accessory wound up as more of a joke than anything else but it still lives on and a new film, The Power of Glove, examines the life and times of one of gaming's most notorious peripherals. More after the jump.
Melissa McCarthy is one of the busiest comedic actresses in Hollywood today. She's been involved with sure-fire hits like Bridesmaids and The Heat. This is her first time writing and starring, though, with her husband Ben Falcone in the director's chair. Does it work? Hit the jump for more.