A tribute to the late great Ennio Morricone
The Cinematic Chance Cube trio pay tribute to the late great composer Ennio Morricone by talking about one of the most iconic entries in his filmography, JOHN CARPENTER’S THE THING.
Andrew McRae takes a look back at Ennio Morricone (1928-2020), one of cinema’s great composers
John Carpenter, the so-called Master of Horror, has circled around the Western genre his entire career without taking it on directly.
In Which We Ironically Do Not Mention the Film ADAPTATION Even Once
This weekend Shannon Hubbell, La Donna Pietra, and myself got together and chatted about film adaptations, specifically about a few of the many that we like, and a couple that we don’t. We also talk about the difficulty in general with adapting works from other mediums into film given the very different narrative needs, and