As you may have noticed things have been rather slow here at Eye Crave Network. Well, after a hiatus from the site so to speak, I’ve done some thinking on how to best continue its operation I’ve concluded it may be best to switch the focus of the site. Because there are ample news sites out there I’ve decided to switch ECN back to simple review only site. I’m currently work...[Read More]
Wicked tidings of misery and abomination, gruesomes and ghouls… TwittaFlicks here, with our 2009 list of severed finger-size reviews of some Samhain favorites to darken your All Hallow’s festivities… Feverish dreams and Happy Hellowe’en, my fiends!
TwittaFlicks 229 – Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) – Samurai-inspired revenge epic gets spaghetti-flavored and David Carradine owns the screen RIP
TwittaFlicks 280 – Memento (2000) – C. Nolan’s twisty mindf*** tale of a man with no memory. Modern Noir at it’s best.
TwittaFlicks 424 – La Strada (1954) – Fellini’s tale of wasted love and madness is highlighted by Giulietta Masina’s touching performance
TwittaFlicks 132 – Double Indemnity (1944) – The definition of “Film Noir”. Never has a badder, sexier dame worked a more niave dupe.
TwittaFlicks #160 – Fitzcarraldo (1982) – Herzog and Kinski return to the Peruvian jungle for a tale of pure madness. And both men fit the bill.
Twittaflicks #210 – In Bruges (2008) – Martin McDonagh’s lovely little fookin’ picture of two hitmen on a ‘holiday’ of inconvenience is magic.
TwittaFlicks #90 – Chimes at Midnight (1965) – Welles uses Shakespeare’s Henry IV to inspire an artful take on perennial bit player Falstaff
TwittaFlicks #84 – Caddyshack (1980) – The best of the madcap 80’s comedies. The only good varmint poontang is dead varmint poontang, I think.