So many horror movies offer up people in crisis as the victims. No, not all horror movies, just many. On today's episodes we look at one movie from this year, "The Boogeyman," that does just that and cogitate the reasons why the trope works.
"Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," the fifth entry in the franchise, is now out on digital. The big question with this film, at least the one asked by audiences, seems to be "is it better than the last one?" That is the exact thing we're examining today and what we have to say about it all is... rather disappointing.
Do you ever watch something where half of it works so very well and the other half feels, a little, like they just weren't trying that hard? That's the way we feel about "Elemental," Pixar's latest which features a great world, wonderful characters, gorgeous animation, and the most lackluster romance we've seen in a while.
Not every podcast ends where you think it might when you begin. Today's episode is a case in point as we discuss the new version of "The Little Mermaid," where it goes right, where it goes wrong, and where it might teach us some things.