Welcome to an episode of The Cine-Men that very much lives up to its subject matter, even if you’d never realize it. On this episode, we decided to have a discussion about films we’ve seen that we deem “weird and… Read More ›
Ten Films From 2020 That Stuck With Me
With 2020 over (finally), it’s time for EoM to unveil its Fifth Annual Sticky List! If you’re unfamiliar with the Sticky List, these are the films which made me want to watch, rewatch, discuss, and share. While certainly several films… Read More ›
The Poprika Podcast, Episode 224 – Top 10 Movies of 2020, Part 1.
Before The Poprika Podcast departs for a well-earned hiatus, Poprika founder Darryl Mansel invited EoM founder Douglas Davidson to join him to discuss five of our current Top Ten films of 2020. In addition, we discuss our thoughts on 2020… Read More ›
“Possessor” is a cinematic experience unlike anything else this year.
There’s something particularly wonderful about a film that challenges you, one which unnerves, unsettles, and burrows in, prompting contemplation past its clear end. This happens with joyful films like Over The Moon (2020), whose infectious songs linger, instilling a desire… Read More ›
“Possessor Uncut” Blu-ray Giveaway
Ready to get a little weird? Elements of Madness is excited to announce a giveaway of two (2) blu-ray copies for the upcoming home release of Well Go USA/Neon’s Possessor Uncut, coming available on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD December 8th…. Read More ›
The Cine-Men, Episode 39: Opening Day Movie Memories.
It was not the intention to take a hiatus after Episode 38’s interview with Sean O’Connell, but we did. To make up for it, The Cine-Men hosts Darryl and Douglas welcome Crystal Davidson, the owner/operator of much-talked-about unofficial sponsor of… Read More ›
“Possessor” is a gruesome, ugly, and morally repugnant film and you’ll love every minute of it.
Hollywood nepotism can be frustrating at times. With so many burgeoning actors and filmmakers bursting onto the scene in their family member’s footsteps, it can sometimes feel unfair to the whole selective process that weeds so many quality filmmakers out… Read More ›