This is "Carl the Critic: Talks About 'Wake Wood'"!
For all aspiring film makers who are interested in making horror films, Carl the Critic talks about a bad movie that makes a good text book film! This is a discussion of "Pinocchio's Revenge".
If there was ever a kind of horror I had always wanted to make, it would be a psychological horror film. But what text book films would I have to watch before I make my first psychological horror film horror?
After the Success of my last "James Bond" related Hub, I have been getting request to do more. Someone asked for "best/worst gadgets", "best hench man", "best Q lines", the list goes on and on. I may get back to some of...
Carl the Critic talks about some of the key elements of science fiction movies including story/structure, characters, ideology, and many more. Films in this discussion include: "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Star Wars",...
Carl the Critic reviews "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" and tells you why it is better than the first film.
Carl the Critic compares the old Chuck Jones cartoon, versus the newer Ron Howard version of a Dr. Seuss classic. But which one is better?
"Beware the stare of Mary Shaw, She had no children only dolls, And if you see her do not scream, Or she'll rip your tongue out at the seam"... (Pleasant) This is Carl the Critic talks about "Dead Silence".
Carl the Critic responds to fan mail to talk about a film that one person believes should be "...terminated with extreme prejudice." Carl the Critic would also like to hear your recommendations for worse movies ever :)
It's Carl the Critic's review of Steven Soderbergh's latest film "Contagion"
Carl the Critic uses his knowledge of Movies and Music to analyze the 1976 horror classic "The Omen" and why it won the Academy Award for Best Music Score
It all begins with the story. In film school, you learn that there are only 36 stories in the world and that every movie you see can be compared to each other. Despite this, there are millions of ways of telling the...