Tag Archives: 1990s

Office Killer (Cindy Sherman, 1997)

Flat and affectless like the time-browned photo taken of your parents after they’ve heaved their frames out of their smoke-choked station wagon during a rest stop break on a cross-state doom haul to grandma’s house, this film attempts to make … Continue reading

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Night of the Demons 2 (Brian Trenchard-Smith, 1994)

Truly awful double entendres (“leave room for the holy ghost” indeed), campy set pieces (including a memorable backseat grope-session) and a narrative that (probably in spite of itself) draws parallels between the sexual longings of libidinous boarding school students and … Continue reading

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Hardware (Richard Stanley, 1990)

Earth of the future in this film is swathed in suprasensory production design: every fictional product looks like it tastes metallic, and every stray scrap of steel sounds as familiar as the keys jingling in our fists feel. And just … Continue reading

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