For the first time in the Scream series, Ghostface left Woodsboro, an almost symbolic gesture as the filmmaking team Radio Silence fully took their reins of the now-legendary franchise in order to make it their own. EoM senior critic Hunter Heilman… Read More ›
Stephen Williams’s “Chevalier” may just incite curiosity about all the other stories we don’t know.
It should come as little shock these days how diminutive our knowledge of the world and our place in it really is, not in a celestial sense, but in the very real, tangible historical terrestrial way. Especially in the United… Read More ›
Bring the debauchery of Damien Chazelle’s divisive “Babylon” home, courtesy of Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment.
Whiplash, La La Land, First Man — each one directed by Damien Chazelle, two of three written by him, and each one (love or hate them) makes a declarative statement regarding its subject. It shouldn’t surprise that the Oscar winner… Read More ›
Radio Silence’s “Scream VI” moves the thrills and bodybags away from Woodsboro and onto an exciting new path.
Caution: I will obviously not be discussing spoilers to this film, because I’m not cruel and the whole point of these films is the fun “whodunnit” of it all, but I am somewhat forced to discuss some spoilers from Scream… Read More ›
American adaptation “The Valet” delivers more than you’d expect from a romantic comedy.
The Valet is a remake of a film by the same name from 2006 with an almost identical plot, as well. Having not seen the 2006 film though, count me in for visiting the original soon down the road if… Read More ›
Sadly, when betting on this particular G.I. Joe adaptation, “Snake Eyes” is an appropriate title.
It’s been a long road to go from the first iteration of “America’s Moveable Fighting Man” G.I. Joe to the latest live-action cinematic rendition of the characters from that universe. In that time, the Hasbro toyline has gone from a… Read More ›
“Face The Music” with Bill & Ted from the comfort of your own couch.
When writers Chris Matheson (A Goofy Movie) and Ed Solomon (Men in Black) first created the characters of Bill S. Preston, Esquire, and Ted Theodore Logan, they likely didn’t expect their creations to grab hold of the world for more… Read More ›
“Bill and Ted Face The Music” Blu-ray Combo Pack Giveaway
Elements of Madness is excited to announce we’ve partnered with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on the upcoming home release of Bill & Ted Face The Music. In anticipation of the Blu-ray and DVD on November 10th, we are giving away… Read More ›
“Bill & Ted Face The Music” is a most triumphant end for the time-traveling duo.
Imagine, if you will, that you’re a teenager sitting at your local hangout, a Circle K, perhaps, when someone drops out of the sky and tells you they are from the future and that you’re destined to be the foundation… Read More ›
Wanna get nuts? Go “Guns Akimbo.”
Disclaimer: In light of recent events involving director Jason Lei Howden online in the last week, I, Douglas Davidson the founder of EoM, would like to make it clear that (a) racism in any form should be called out, (b)… Read More ›
When the clock strikes midnight today, 2019 is official over and 2020 begins. As most are wont this time of year, a bit of reflection on what’s gone and what’s to come is appropriate. In its current incarnation, Elements of… Read More ›
A Conversation with Samara Weaving of “Ready Or Not”.
Noel T. Manning is a member of the CCA and the NCFCA and is also the host of the television program and radio show Meet Me at the Movies. When he’s not teaching in the classroom, he’s digging into the world of… Read More ›
“Ready Or Not,” here comes the bride.
Every family has their traditions, the little things that they do in order to carry forward to the future the notions of the past. Where things tend to get tricky is when someone marries in. Suddenly it’s not about one… Read More ›