Halloween may be over, but it marks the beginning of a Scary New Week. We at Good Bad Taste came up with a lil' list of movies to keep you feelin' spooked.
Good Bad History looks at older films and films with historical settings. The first film looked at is the sequel to the film "Kill Bill" ripped off.
Dear Mr. Cruise, You're better than this.
Before seeing the above film, I thought it wise to sit down and watch its predecessor, Ouija (2014), directed by Stiles White, although I knew how fantastically the film had flopped. I feel I need to discuss this film to some extent before I get into the prequel. As expected, Ouija (2014) was by far one of the most poorly put … Continue reading Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) Review: Disregard the original
“Fit, trim, learned, with just the right amount of madness.”
It may be sacrilege to admit to modern cinephile circles, but I have not seen a Park Chan-Wook film until today. His name is spoken of in only the highest regard, with multiple films that he’s made being considered modern masterpieces. So when I went to see his latest achievement, The Handmaiden, after it finally … Continue reading The Handmaiden (2016) Review: Oldboy director does it again!
Never heard of it? Neither had I.
clipping’s 2016 album Splendor & Misery, an industrial-rap space-opera composed entirely around high-pitched beats, Starman-style synth, black prison-yard ballads, and modern hip-hop pith.
“Because, Anonymous Voice from Nobody, you won for comedy, and everybody knows that comedy is the lowest form of entertainment… next to animation.”
Why can't this movie be in black and white?
Those who dance, and those who do not.
"Going Turbo," to the exit of this theater.