Paulie B’s Film By Firing Squad

I have no intention of making too much gaming content, but I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this game since finishing it. It contains some of the most well drawn characters and themes I have seen in a video game.
In my opinion this is one of the best films of the last decade. A deeply layered and thoughtful film about love and how it can echo across our lives.
Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller is one of his best films. It’s somber tone and subversion of it’s genre make it a late western classic.
Taking a look at how the theme of masculinity runs through Scorsese’s gangster flicks, from Mean Streets all the way to The Irishman.
A very quick look at the Korean New Wave movement and some of my favourite and the more notable films released. From Oldboy to Burning.
Spike Lee’s 2002 film 25th Hour may just be his unheralded masterpiece. It has some of the most heartbreaking themes and shows Spike’s beloved New York City post a real life tragedy. It’s filled with great performances, a fantastic score and sharp writing. It’s one of my favourite films.
Just your typical end of the year wrap up video. All the movies I loved this year all in one place. For your viewing pleasure. Happy New Year!
Just goofing around and cut a trailer for James Mangold’s Logan. Which is a great movie you should watch a bunch of times. Enjoy.
A look at a couple of 90’s movies I love that were inspired by the old serials of yesteryear. The Man in the Iron Mask, The Mummy and The Mask of Zorro.
Paulie B: I wanted to take a look at the melancholy and tragic films I like to watch when I’m down in the dumps. Three specifically that always seem to help me not feel alone. Anyway, hope you enjoy.
Paulie B: Hey dude, so uh, I know this might piss you off, cause this flick is getting near universal praise, but uh, it’s just like my opinion man. Go and watch King of Comedy though, it’s fucking lit.
Marcia Lucas was the heart of the original Star Wars films, this her story, from meeting a young George Lucas to editing A New Hope to Return of the Jedi.
The Weird and odd films of writer director Larry Bishop, his 2008 biker picture Hellride and his 90’s gangster film Mad Dog Time.
The Revisionist west, how the tales of the old west went from young John Wayne directed by John Ford to Sam Peckinpah and Clint Eastwood. How the tales of good guys and bad guys developed into the morally grey
Quentin Tarantino seems to be using the latter half of his career to alter the course of history and heal all of our collective trauma. Let’s take a look at his entire filmography to find out where this trend in his work started and why. From Reservoir Dogs all the way to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Robert Pattinson gives the performance of his career in the Safdie Brothers ‘Good Time’ a neon drenched thriller set across one New York night.
A brief history of Japanese Cinema, from it’s silent Benshi Era to it’s golden age in the 1950’s. The rise of Akira Kurosawa and Toshiro Mifune.
Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper is an overlooked arthouse classic about Ghosts, trauma and the way we are linked to the dead in the digital age. Kristen Stewart gives her best performance in this french indie film.
Martin Scorsese’s early work, Taxi Driver and Raging Bull specifically are full of plenty of themes, but the one they share the most is the psychological complex coined by Freud himself. The Madonna/Whore Complex.
Why is Jaws unmatched when it comes to suprassing it’s B-movie origins? How did a scrappy First time director overcome an ever expanding schedule and bloating budget to create hollywood’s first block buster?
Blood Meridian and the ‘What if’ adaptation, a look at Cormac McCarthy’sliterary classic, the obscure piece of literature it was based on and how a film adaptation could be made.
A look at how women fared in Sergio Leone’s filmography. Why the women in his films are met with some of the most gracious violence? Why do they suffer darker fates than their male counterparts?