Noah Segan spoke with Solzy at the Movies about Yiddish vampire horror-comedy Blood Relatives and learning from Rian Johnson. In Blood Relatives, a115-year-old Yiddish vampire, Francis (Noah Segan) still looks 35. He’s been roaming American backroads solo for decades liking it that way. Things change when a teenager with fangs, Jane (Victoria Moroles), shows up and says that she’s his daughter. From there, the two of them end up going on the road, deciding whether…"Noah Segan talks Blood Relatives, Rian Johnson"
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Looper, the sci-fi thriller written and directed by Rian Johnson, marks the tenth anniversary of its theatrical release in 2012. Rian Johnson certainly knows how to make them–Looper remains one of the most original films of the past decade. By the time that I first saw Looper in 2012, I was already familiar with Johnson’s work on two episodes of Breaking Bad. His third episode, which didn’t air until September 2013 is one of the…"Looper: Rian Johnson’s Sci-Fi Thriller Marks 10 Years"
Knives Out, the Solzy Award-winning film of the year, is now available for audiences to bring home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Digital. Crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is discovered dead on the morning after his 85th birthday party. We don’t know whether he was killed or whether he did the deed himself. What we do know is that members of the Thrombey family are being questioned by Lt. Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield) and…"Knives Out: Bring Home The Best Film of 2019"
Knives Out may be a murder mystery comedy but no stone goes unturned in what is certainly one of the best laugh riots in 2019. Crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is discovered dead on the morning after his 85th birthday party. We don’t know whether he was killed or whether he did the deed himself. What we do know is that members of the Thrombey family are being questioned by Lt. Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield)…"Toronto 2019: Knives Out"
Taking place over the course of one day during the War of 1812, Mohawk is a thriller that reminds us of the costs of war. Director Ted Geoghegan, who co-wrote the film with Grady Hendrix, takes us back to the Niagara Frontier towards the end of the War of 1812. For the U.S. history buffs out there, there were indeed battles that were located in the Niagara Frontier during the War of 1812. Historically speaking, for what…"Mohawk: A Very Personal Thriller"