Lovecraftian Films Designed to Terrify
What H.P. Lovecraft-themed magazine would be complete without a list of Lovecraftian-style movies? Ridley Scott, John Carpenter, Joss Whedon and Sam Raimi have all made films with a heavy Lovecraft influence. So, here’s a list to help creep the shit out of you and your loved ones. Die, Monster, Die! (1965) is a take on […]
I Am Providence
Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s profound influence can be seen in nearly every artistic medium, horror or otherwise. From graphic novels to video games, horror novels and films, there have been multiple adaptations of his work. There are also countless pieces that are based on, influenced by, and deal with his many themes and concepts. Progressive ideas […]
Mawwage Is What Bwings Us Togeva Today
It’s wedding season, folks, and what better way to get pumped for it than to take a look back at some cinematic classics involving the fine institution of marriage? Here’s the thing: most movies about weddings suck. Try as they might by packing them full of stars (i.e., The Big Wedding; this time, De Niro, […]
This One Time, at Film Camp
Why would you go on some long, expensive vacation this summer where all you do is stand in line and get treated like crap by bleach-blonde nerf herders with a semester of community college under their belt and more acne than brains? You shouldn’t! Nor should you ship your spawn off to any number of […]
SENE Any Good Films Lately?
Five years ago, Phil Capobres, Don Farias and Linda Dwyer decided to put together a film festival that wouldn’t be just another film festival. And so, Sl (SENE) was born and has been “bringing people together through film, music and art” ever since. Known for its all-encompassing festival, the SENE organization facilitates and participates in […]
Give Me 5 or Give Me Death!
When I was a film teacher at a high school in RI, I was amazed at the number of film programs in high schools around the state. Not only the number of them, but the high quality projects these programs were producing. With many school districts cutting funding to the arts, partly out of fear […]
Cable Car Cinema Launches Kickstarter Campaign
The Cable Car Cinema and Café was opened in 1976 by Ray Bilodeau and has been providing Rhode Island with high quality, independent films since. In 2008, the theater changed ownership. Daniel Kamil and Emily Steffian have owned and operated the Cable Car since then, and they have maintained the uniqueness that has made Cable […]