• Tis the Season: Horror Movie Marathon

    We gathered a collection of Halloween horror movies for your viewing pleasure, just in time for the weekend! Ranging from over-the-top-Nic-Cage-rage hilarity to films that’ll leave you thinking what has been seen can never be unseen, we’ve got something here for everyone this Halloween season.     Vampire’s Kiss You haven’t seen Nicolas Cage at his finest until you’ve seen Vampire’s Kiss. I’ve introduced this film to people at least half a dozen times, and I still have yet to tell if it’s an outrageous mess that just keeps escalating or a genius masterpiece captured on film. Is Nicolas Cage really a vampire? Or has he lost his goddamn mind?…

  • Losing Your Flames

    Losing Your Flames was developed by Sara York and Mikel Ledesma to show the devastating effects of bullying on today’s society. Coming out is a very personal experience, and each individual should set the time and place to tell their friends they are gay. But the world isn’t always kind when others find out, and sometimes that unkindness is too much to take. LGBT youth are 4 times more likely and questioning youth are 3 times more likely to attempt suicide as their straight peers. When confronted with anger and teasing from friends and family, LGBT young are left with nowhere to turn. Losing Your Flames provides a platform for…

  • What’s That? MORE Twin Peaks?

    Yep, you read that correctly – David Lynch is soon releasing 90 additional minutes of original never before seen Twin Peaks footage. And the best part is, he’s releasing it all on tumblr. In honor of the 25th anniversary of this cult classic, Lynch has decided that it is time to unveil even more of Laura Palmer’s dark side and the twisted events leading up to her death. In addition to this, Lynch has recently released the ominous soundtrack from the TV series, and has been rumored to be filming some new scenes to follow up from the 90’s series that once boasted an audience of over 30 million. So…

  • Movies To Die For: Teenage

    When I first read up on the root of Matt Wolf’s new flick, “Teenage,” I wasn’t convinced. What do you mean “the development of the teenager?” Teenagers have always been around… An entire phase of life didn’t just come out of nowhere. But, once I started the film, (curled on the couch with a glass of vino) I was pleasantly surprised. The movie ‘Teenage’ was originally inspired by punk author, Jon Savage, and his book Teenage, which is filled with enthralling stores of teenage life never before heard and biographies of youth revolutionaries. However, these stories weren’t of the teen rebels we’ve all heard about like the hippies and the punks;…

  • Interview With Matt Wolf, Director Of ‘Teenage’

    Last week, we had the chance to talk with Matt Wolf, director of the new independent film ‘Teenage’. The film discusses the lives of teenagers all over the world from the 1900s to the 1950s, focusing on the creation of the modern teenager, along with difficulties and experiences they faced with creating this new youth culture.     ANON: What inspired you to take on this project? Matt Wolf: I was inspired by Jon Savage’s book Teenage. I was a longtime fan of Jon’s writing— he wrote the definitive history of punk rock,  England’s Dreaming. What I loved about Teenage is all the hidden histories and forgotten biographies that Jon uncovered. I felt like he…

  • The “DRIVE” Soundtrack Is Musical Genius

    Okay, so let me start off by saying how great is the movie  Drive? I was under the impression, before I saw the film, that Ryan Gosling was just another sissy pretty-boy. Maybe I only had that opinion because I watched half of “The Notebook,” but I was completely wrong. That dude is… well, a badass; and the movie is nothing short of phenomenal. The screenplay, the writing, and the acting are all award-worthy, in my opinion. What I really want to call attention to, however, is the soundtrack. A soundtrack, in a lot of ways, can end up making or breaking a movie; and in Drive, Cliff Martinez has…