by Brett Rogalsky Trey Edward Shults’ newest film, the slow moving, claustrophobic horror film It Comes At Night, centers around a small family of three living in the middle of the woods to escape a deadly virus outbreak. The father of the family, Paul, played by Joel Edgerton, is strict and paranoid, taking every possible precaution … Continue reading
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by Brett Rogalsky1993. What a year. Power Rangers stormed onto television sets everywhere and morphed their way into our hearts. Just a few short years later, I found myself watching them constantly. Whether it was the original series, Zeo, Turbo, Lightspeed Rescue, or the incredibly fun time of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Movie, I … Continue reading
Movie News Wrap-Up: Spider-Man, Disney’s B.O. Domination & More!
by Brett RogalskyHello and welcome to the first edition of Filmic’s weekly news summary hosted by yours truly, Brett Rogalsky. Each Saturday, we will post a quick round-up of the news in the world of film from the past week. Think John Oliver, but better. We’ll have a few sections that include general movie news, … Continue reading
by Brett RogalskyPhantom Boy, the newest low-budget animated adventure from French directors Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol, tells the story of a young, cancer-stricken boy named Leo who discovers he has the ability to leave his body and fly around whenever he closes his eyes. He uses this ability to help an injured police officer … Continue reading
Swiss Army Man
by Brett RogalskyA few headlines were difficult to ignore following the Sundance Film Festival. One of these headlines was “Daniel Radcliffe’s Farting Corpse Movie Prompts Walk-Outs.” Fair enough. To get the obvious elephant in the room out of the way, yes, the corpse in the movie farts. A lot. It’s a recurring thematic element that’s … Continue reading