Trash, Art, And The Movies
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment—and then declares a victor.

Erin and Paul review two films from the mind of hyper-prolific horror writer Stephen King: First: DOLORES CLAIBORNE, Taylor Hackford's 1995 adaptation of King's novel, starring Kathy Bates as a middle-aged woman accused of murdering her tyrannical employer and Jennifer Jason Leigh as her estranged daughter; then, CREEPSHOW, George A. Romero's 1982 horror anthology, featuring five short stories inspired by the gruesome, blackly humourous style popularized in the 1940s and 1950s by EC Comics. Christopher Plummer as a vengeful sheriff, or Leslie Nielsen as a vengeful husband: which will prevail? Plus: our quick takes on STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON, JIMMY'S HALL, THE NIGHTMARE, and COP CAR.

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Category:TV and Film -- posted at: 1:31pm EDT