Browsing Tag

Films Of The Year

  • Features

    EXQUISITES 2016: Films Of The Year

    We’re not going to lie — 2016 was a giant dumpster fire. We lost Prince, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Gene Wilder, Alan Rickman, Muhammad Ali, Ted V. Mikels, and the godfather…

  • Features

    EXQUISITES 2015: Films Of The Year

    If there’s one thing we want to say here at Bleeding Skull! it is this: Thank you. Thank you from the depths of our hearts, which will hopefully be pulled out…

  • Features

    EXQUISITES 2014: Films Of The Year

    We were standing on the porch of a farm house in Lufkin, Texas. To the right side of the door was a plaque that read, “BRAMMER PETROLEUM INC. — J.A. BRYAN…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2013: Zack’s Films Of The Year

    Like me, you’ve probably lived on this planet for your entire life. In that time, you’ve seen it all. Mayors. Food fights. Snowmen. The works. Let’s face facts. There’s nothing new…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2011: Films Of The Year

    Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, I went to a party in Hollywood. I was introduced to a guy who “made movies” because “you like movies too, and it would be…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2010: Films Of The Year

    This morning, a package was left on my doorstep. It was quite heavy. There was no address, no return address, and no postage — only a small stain near the bottom,…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2007: Films Of The Year

    Our setting: the unkempt office of Dr. T. Honest Truth, traveler, lecturer, amateur comedian, and world-renowned psychoanalyst. A bust of W.C. Fields leers over his desk, while the requisite chaise lounge…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2006: Films Of The Year

    A few months ago, I had a conversation with a co-worker named Mike. Mike: “So, you like horror movies?” Me: “Yeah.” Mike: “Sweet. Seen anything scary lately? I like the scary…

  • Features

    Exquisites 2005: Films Of The Year

    William Castle kicks off his biography, Step Right Up! I’m Going To Scare The Pants Off America!, with an age old question. What attracts people to horror films? Why do they…