Film & Photography

06 Jan 2022

The French Dispatch is an Art Nerd’s Dream

The French Dispatch is an art nerd’s dream, every type of fine art and artist was used in the making of this film, which moves and sounds like an international magazine, and if you’re a francophile, you are in for a treat. As one expects from Wes Anderson, the costumes,

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31 Dec 2021

All The Cool Stuff Coming To Hulu In January

It’s a new year! So what can you watch on Hulu in January when you get tired of seeing yet another New Year’s celebration? Those in a “say goodbye to the old year” mood might be specially ready for the start of the farewell seasons of two beloved shows. Those

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27 Dec 2021

The Woman in Black: Old Fashioned Spook Show

  Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. The Woman in Black has been running in London for more than thirty years. It’s a ghost story, a play adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from Susan Hill’s novel. The smash production now comes to San Francisco, where

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23 Dec 2021

Spider-Man: No Way Home Spoilers I Kinda Remember

  Much to Sony’s delight, the latest web-slonger movie just had a record breaking opening weekend with $260,000,000 at the domestic box office, and over $600,000,000 worldwide. Pretty decent for a sci-fi sequel of a movie about an orphaned loser from Queens that was gifted a form-fitting suit by a

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03 Dec 2021

The Best Christmas Slasher Movies

I don’t know if it’s the childlike innocence, the great mood lighting, or the long dark nights, but something about the “most wonderful time of the year” makes horror a little more titillating. When it comes to holiday horror there are supernatural standbys like Gremlins & Krampus, but the genre

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01 Dec 2021

The Sick & Twisted Another Hole In The Head Film Festival is Here!

In England and other countries, winter has been the season for telling ghost stories and other tales of the supernatural.  Over here in the SF Bay Area, our nod to that tradition is the return of the Another Hole In The Head Film Festival (hereafter AHITH). The 18th edition of

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cover photo; shang chi pulls the "stop requested" cord amid a bus fight scene in "shang chi and the seven rings"
22 Nov 2021

SF Muni Operator Breaks Down the Shang-Chi Bus Fight, Play-by-Play

One Muni operator’s analysis, fact-checking, and commentary on what the SF Chronicle described as the ‘second-best San Francisco car chase of all time‘ has won over the hearts of Marvel enthusiasts and public transit advocates alike. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings features a martial arts fight scene

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22 Nov 2021

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Has Some Surprisingly Scary Moments!

Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Who Ya Gonna Call? The new film Ghostbusters: Afterlife (in theaters on Friday, November 19) is a direct sequel to the first two films in the franchise. Though it offers a fair amount of comedy, as is expected

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