Author Archives: Eric Thirteen

Redbelt + Blade Runner 2049

Redbelt + Blade Runner 2049

The final stop in a look at the roles of writer and cinematographer with David Mamet and Roger Deakins.

Tomboy + Bubble

Tomboy + Bubble

The non-actor.

Avatar + Greener Grass

Avatar + Greener Grass

Another world, where things never made sense to begin with. A bizarre world. A more relatable world.

Barking Dogs Never Bite + Mother

Barking Dogs Never Bite + Mother

A much deserved look at the work of Bong Joon-ho. An update on virtual cinema!

The Shock of the Future + TFW NO GF

The Shock of the Future + TFW NO GF

Amazon’s SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection. An isolation Double Feature provides a look into one of the early attempts to recreate some of the film festival experience as most of the world remains on COVID-19 lock down.

The House by the Cemetery + Three Colors Red

The House by the Cemetery + Three Colors Red

A final trip to to the loose-trilogies of Lucio Fulci and Krzysztof Kieślowski.

Zombi Child + Extra Ordinary

Zombi Child + Extra Ordinary

Exploring Virtual Cinema with a stay inside and do a virtual séance double feature. What is virtual cinema? How virtual cinema differs from VOD in both spirit and practice. The unspoken blow to independent film in the time of COVID-19. Film Movement releases Zombi Child through arthouse theaters. Other Bertrand Bonello picks. A fresh take on zombies through a very personal and emotional examination of Haitian zombie lore. Zombi Child in the context of French cinema. France’s relationship with horror. Drafthouse brings the Alamo Stay-at-Home experience to Extra Ordinary. What is it like to attend the Alamo Drafthouse? Pre-show and Q&As. The visual and stylistic comedy of Extra Ordinary.

Contagion + Demolition Man

Contagion + Demolition Man

Shelf life. How movies fall in and out of touch with society. Relatability is a circle. Eric’s new film Antrum is the deadliest film ever made and also the number one trending movie on Amazon Prime!

Vanya on 42nd Street + The Village

Vanya on 42nd Street + The Village

David Mamet and Roger Deakins reconvene as Double Feature looks at the guiding hand. A complete deconstruction of what it even means to “write” a film. Also: the secret holy trinity of horror cinematography.

Raging Bull + American History X

Raging Bull + American History X

Tragic masculinity examined as Double Feature covers movies people have actually heard of!