Joshua Gravel

Joshua Gravel

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Providence based film enthusiast, projectionist, film festival programmer, and hobby film archivist. Programmer for The Arkham Film Society through which I program R.I. area screenings of obscure cult movies often from original film prints and help to keep reparatory film alive. For more info check out ArkhamFilmSociety.com.

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Articles by Joshua Gravel

Film Review: Bone Tomahawk
November 13, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Bone Tomahawk

When a doctor, a deputy and an inmate are abducted from an old west town, four men set out to ...

Film Review: Suffragette
November 11, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Suffragette

Maud Watts is a hard working mother in early 1900s England who works in a commercial laundry by day while ...

Film Review: Tales of Halloween
October 30, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Tales of Halloween

One town, one Halloween night, 10 stories intersect to tell the tales that make up an array of stories related ...

Unusual Halloween Movies to Enjoy
October 24, 2015 2 commentsby

Unusual Halloween Movies to Enjoy

As we are well in to the Halloween season and I am generally regarded as “the horror guy,” people are ...

Film Review: Steve Jobs
October 23, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Steve Jobs

Danny Boyle’s new film, Steve Jobs, is an interesting look at the personal and business relationships in Jobs’ life as ...

Film Review: Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine (2015)
October 16, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine (2015)

Alex Gibney’s newest documentary is an interesting look at the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs’ professional and private life. ...

Film Review: He Named Me Malala
October 8, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: He Named Me Malala

Malala Yousafzai has risen to prominence as a proponent of free speech, the right for girls to get the same ...

Film Review: The Green Inferno
October 2, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: The Green Inferno

Justine is an American college student with a privileged background who joins up with an eco-activist group working out of ...

Film Review: The Intern
September 25, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: The Intern

  In The Intern, Robert De Niro plays Ben Whittaker, a retired widower who finds that his daily routine has ...

Film Review: Goodnight Mommy
September 25, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Goodnight Mommy

  Lukas and Elias are twins whose mother has just returned from reconstructive plastic surgery following some sort of unexplained ...