Posts byKevin Kuhlman

The Bus Stops Here: ALIEN Week Edition

Lewton Bus writers Kevin Kuhlman, Ryan Roch, and Shannon Hubbell work their way through all five films in the main Alien franchise for Alien week in preparation for the impending release of Alien: Covenant. Priority One: Listen to this podcast.  Share on Facebook/Twitter/Myspace/Friendster for analysis. All other considerations secondary Crew Expendable Subscribe:
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Phoenix Film Festival Review: THE NIGHT WATCHMEN

ZOMBIELAND meets 30 DAYS OF NIGHT as written by latter day David Zucker

When did Vampires become cool again? After the Twilight films, it seemed as if vampires had become tainted with glitter and poorly veiled chastity metaphors. However, it seems as if this blemish on the bloodsuckers has passed and 2017 has already seen a variety of films featuring these monsters, including an early candidate for the
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Review: SILENCE

"I pray, but I am lost. Am I just praying to silence?"

Martin Scorsese’s near 30 year journey to adapt Shūsaku Endō’s novel is a challenging and pensive dive into Christianity, faith, politics, pride, and morality.
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Stream of Consciousness: Jurassic Park

"If The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don't eat the tourists."

Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBOGO, and various other streaming services have revolutionized the way we consume movies and television, and each week I’ll highlight the best these services have to offer in this segment: Stream of Consciousness. I’m going to open this by being extremely upfront about something: Jurassic Park is my favorite film, and has
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Stream of Consciousness: E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL

A deeper look at a director who truly lives, breathes, and sleeps cinema.

Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, and various other streaming services have revolutionized the way we consume movies and television, and each week I’ll highlight the best these services have to offer in this segment: Stream of Consciousness. When Star Wars hit in 1977, it completely changed everything.  Science Fiction, which was once seen as a genre
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Stream of Consciousness: Jaws

Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, and various other streaming services have revolutionized the way we consume movies and television, and each week I’ll highlight the best these services have to offer in this segment: Stream of Consciousness. The 1970s were quite possibly the most revolutionary period of time in cinema history since the introduction of the
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