31 Days of Horror, Day 15: The Wind

Female filmmakers have made names for themselves in most genres of film. Two areas they seem to be less common are in horror and westerns. “The Wind” (2018) is both a horror and a western and is directed and written by women; Emma Tammi and Teresa Sutherland. “The Wind” is a “slow-burn” psychological horror and is Emma Tammi’s first feature film. It’s set in the late 1800s out in the sparsely populated frontier where isolation and/or supernatural forces prey on its residents. Continue reading 31 Days of Horror, Day 15: The Wind

Review: Lucy In the Sky

That’s what you’ll find in Noah Hawley’s new film “Lucy in the Sky” (2019), complete with a Beatles-inspired name and a star-studded cast. The film is loosely based on the life of naval flight officer and astronaut Lisa Nowak, renamed Lucy Cola for the screen. Nowak was at the center of an attempted murder scandal in 2007. “Lucy in the Sky” tells the story of how she got to that point; starting with her mission on the Discovery space shuttle. Continue reading Review: Lucy In the Sky