Directed by Eagle Penell; Written by Kim Henkel The future comes at you fast in 1980’s Houston where a few barflies try to hold back the hands of time in Last Night At The Alamo, Eagle Penell’s warm but clear-eyed revelry featuring alcoholics, functional alcoholics, and plain drunks. The title serves as plot summarization: It’s… Continue reading Last Night At The Alamo (1983)
The first big screen adaptation of Black Panther.
Sticky fumblings in the back seat
Teen spirit, old man spiritualism, and the hard life of crime
The father as an familial fuckboy
Can travel plans and self-love be found during one sad summer?
Feels like crying in the pale morning after a decade-long bender
For those who want everything at once, and lots of it
Síndrome de Estocolmo cinematográfico