Ah! It’s Friday and I have some exciting news to share. I feel like I’ve been trying to keep from just blurting this out on the internet all week long, so I’m just going to get right to it.
Sometimes, you’ve just got to go with what makes you happy.
Catch up on our previous 2011 article right here!
Louise’s Pick: The Cabin in the Woods
Honourable Mentions: Looper, Wreck-It Ralph, The Imposter
Now, my previous picks, they have been all about sheer magisterial grasp of the cinematic art form. I Saw The Devil and The Skin I Live In are not so much films to enjoy as films to endure to come out a better person – well, what’s left of you, anyway.
But Cabin in the Woods? Cabin in the Woods is different. I mean, to be fair, there is an extraordinary amount of skill on display here, as director Drew Goddard pulls apart the horror genre at the seams and tosses it back together again with killer mermen, tequila, Fran Kranz, and probably my favourite Chris Hemsworth performance to date; I’m a huge slut for the world of horror, and, in those terms, Cabin in the…
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Let’s face it: there’s been a lot of bad TV this decade. I should know, I’ve written about most of it: Smash, UnREAL, Riverdale. But what is truly the worst of the worst, the true bottom of the barrel that nobody should have been scraping in the first place? Well, I’m here to tell you (my opinion on the matter). Without further ado, let’s get into it!
Ah, ’tis the season: if you’re British, like mine fine self-ine, you’ll be cracking out the box-sets and settling down in a haze of fizzy faux-booze and mince pies and suchlike to inject some comedy charm straight into your needy veins.