They say [armchair] travel can inspire new perspectives. This post explores films set in South America.
Share what you enjoy most about travel literature in the comments!
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?
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…
Review of Pacific Rim and Pacific Rim Uprising. Part II looks at heartbreak and neural bonds.
Focused on the theme of Responses to Emergencies & Environmental Crisis this post looks at two stories centered on
Humxn Pollution vs. Pollution attracted dominating Kaiju!
What’s the scariest part of the holidays? The plot? Sound effects? The slasher? Get your blood pumping with films deviating from the average jolly holiday storyline.
Join us with the beverage of your choice for November’s theme: mental and physical health, featuring a review of IT (2017).
Many years ago Whiskey Horror Wednesday came into existence. It was a group who met on Wednesdays to watch horror movies and drink whiskeys. Later it changed to Fridays. Then a random day that worked in everyone’s schedule….yada yada yada…the named landed on WHFS. Surely, the name or its history doesn’t matter.