Film won’t cure COVID-19 but it will buy us time while we wait it out alone together.
Happy Friday the 13th. The moon is waning Gibbous at 80%. chance of cloudiness. And once again i am afforded the privilege of celebrating all our birthdays at once. Tonight we’ll dip a toe into our South African sci-fi int’l horror film list from the teams of Blomkamp, Neill (South African |Canadian). This time around…
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Is it coincidence that Valentines Day falls during Black History Month?
This month we have a whfs double post. One in preparation for what’s upcoming and the next in celebration of Jordan Peele’s films Get Out and US.
They say [armchair] travel can inspire new perspectives. This post explores films set in South America.
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Trick or Treat?
A bit of both. This Whiskey Horror Film Society post is less about horror and more about westerns but, really, how terrifying is and has-been western colonialism?
Bands to Check Out is a quarterly post that started from emails I received from friends generously sharing their love of music and art. This quarter we explore Arabic music from the 1940s-present
The film begins with Piringo [theatrically]: “Their story goes a little something like this. [Japanese accent] The sound of the Gion Shoja temple bells echoes the impermanence of all things…The color of the sala flower reveals the truth that to flourish is to fall. The proud do not endure like a passing dream on a…
Part 2 of a look at Sukiyaki Western Django The name Django was repopularized recently through QT’s Django Unchained but to understand why Jamie Fox’s character and the young Takuya Mizoguchi(?) of S.W.D, are so fascinating we need to look at the name’s history. The name/title Django permeates many cultural narratives and derives from the…