2022 is over and I’ve caught up with the last few films I’ve missed, so I think it’s time for EoM to unveil its Seventh Annual Sticky List! If you’re unfamiliar with the Sticky List, these are the films which… Read More ›
“Halloween Ends” where it begins: at home.
The time it takes between a story being told and the expectations skyrocketing for the continuation is in the moment between the final shot and the credits. The audience, feeling excited, fulfilled, or otherwise moved by the tale they’ve experienced… Read More ›
“Halloween Ends” 4K UHD Digital Code Giveaway
This past October saw Halloween Ends, the conclusion for co-writer/director David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy, hit theaters and Peacock. His series was built off the original ’78 Halloween, attempting to explore the unhealed individual, generational, and communal trauma of Haddonfield. Though the… Read More ›
“Halloween Ends” Blu-ray Giveaway
Writer/director David Gordon Green got to do something cinema fans of all kinds often dream of but rarely get the chance to do: continue a storyline from a film they love. For Green, this meant crafting his own trilogy to… Read More ›
The Cine-Men, Episode 76: Animated Universes We Want No Parts Of
The Cine-Men co-host Darryl Mansel and myself continue our trend of weirdness. In this episode we discuss the various animated worlds in cinema that exist and identify the one’s we’d like to (or not) live in. (Mostly not.) Join us… Read More ›
“Halloween Ends” explores the changing shape of evil as it closes out David Gordon Green’s “Halloween” trilogy.
It all began in 1978 on Halloween Night for Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) as she survived an attack by Michael Myers (Nick Castle), though her friends were not so lucky. This story, co-written by Debra Hill and John Carpenter… Read More ›