Writer, Editor in Chief, RT approved Critic. VP of Genomic Operations at Katch. Cinephile and Nerd.
I watched IT when I was five and it made me fall in love with horror.
The struggle is reel (impossible to pick one) so I’ll say: The Shining.
When we reflect on the holiday season, our hearts are drawn to the allure of timeless classic films. These cinematic treasures have gracefully evolved, adapting to our ever-changing perspectives. But what is it about these movies that captivate us? The answer lies in our innate yearning for warmth and comfort, reminiscent of a reassuring embrace.
Through the chaos and the haunting screams, a survivor emerges, having triumphed over monsters, whether supernatural or deranged. This is our protagonist, having made her way through hell and back. This is our Final Girl.
Christopher Nolan. His style is pronounced and his talent formidable, but what is it about his films that grabs the attention of audiences worldwide? What is it about this director that is so immediately recognizable?