THIS REVIEW CONTAINS A SPOILER THAT THE NETFLIX AND IMDB DESCRIPTIONS ALSO GIVES AWAY.
John Wayne Cleaver is a troubled young man. He’s a sociopath whose trying to stay on the right side of the law while helping his mortician mother in their family business. When he figures out that kindly old neighbor Mr. Crowley (Christopher Lloyd) moonlights as a killer, it makes John confront his own demons while trying to find a way to stop Crowley’s killing spree. Continue reading
For those of you who don’t know, John Amplas was a big part of Romero’s films from Martin to The Dark Half. That encompasses an almost two decades worth of work in some of Romero’s best output.
I asked him if he’d be kind enough to do an interview for my blog, and he was nice enough to agree to it. So without further adieu, here is the interview with man himself. Continue reading
Let me start off by saying I don’t really like sitcoms. I find it hard enough to relate to people in real life, and I find myself unable to care or empathize with neurotic people on TV. I mean yeah, I liked The Cosby Show, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Martin…..so maybe I only like sitcoms with black people in them? But then again, I don’t like A Different World, so maybe that’s not entirely true, but in any event, I like Holliston over all. Continue reading