2018: The Year of the Woman
As we say goodbye to 2018, I want to thank everyone for their support.
It’s been a fantastic six months. I truly appreciate everyone whose read and shared my work. When I started this site in July, I didn’t know if anyone would read it. I didn’t know if anyone would care. But by the end of December, I hit my personal best in terms of readership. And that gives me renewed purpose going into 2019.
Below are some articles celebrating the best of The Year of the Woman.
2018: my personal favorites
Abrasive, intense and darkly humorous, Assassination Nation has something to say and it will clobber you over the head until you join the resistance.
Ooh boy do we have thoughts on this. Is it art? Is it masturbation? Is it pretentious? Does that matter?
Maddening, confounding, amazing and exciting; Suspiria is divisive. Let’s try to unpack it.
It’s a zombie movie. A Christmas movie. A comedy. A musical. And it’s something magical.
Tigers Are Not Afraid is an intense examination of an under-discussed consequence of the gang war violence in Mexico. It’s a fierce and staggering film that demands to be seen.
The Dark is a very fitting (if kind of plain) title for a movie about a kidnapped and traumatized boy and a undead girl who find each other when they need it the most.
Revenge is a fantastic debut and announces a fresh new voice in genre cinema.
Sometimes you come across a shark movie that will terrify you in all the right ways. This was not that movie.
While Dream Warriors is often held as the best A Nightmare on Elm Street sequel, I believe The Dream Master is the best for some very personal reasons (as well as some fun, silly ones).