Jared and Riley are here to break down each episode and provide ‘Scream’ fans with a recap of all episodes (6) by each night they premiered. They discuss overall impressions, best/worst moments, favorite lines, and predictions.
Jared and Riley are here to break down each new episode and provide ‘Scream’ fans with a preshow that includes a ranking of each film/season, discussing favorite moments from the TV show, and providing insight into what we can expect from Season 3.
Jared is back to talk this week’s ‘Big Little Lies’ episode, “She Knows.”
It’s important to note, especially here, that Kubrick’s visionary aesthetic is on full display: with pure analog filmmaking, he captured a world enslaved by technology and artificial intelligence.
‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ exposes the shallowness of riches, and what wealth does to a person.
The kinetic energy of the show, where the audience mainly consisted of high school students, was the result of the heart-pounding intensity between the performers and the crowd.
Tuesday’s episode saw the return of familiar faces, an overall smooth job, and Smurfs spiral into madness, regret, and ultimately: fear.
Because the nature of these films is often distant from the, arguably, “traditional” sense of cinema (classical Hollywood cinema, or CHH), viewership can be challenging, and sometimes even isolating.