Atomic Blonde Is a Convoluted Cold War Banger [Review]

Atomic Blonde starts in Berlin, days before the fall of its wall, with MI-6 agent James Gasciogne (Sam Hargrave) being hunted down and executed by KGB agent Yuri Bakhtin (Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson). Gasciogne, admitting defeat under the barrel of Bakhtin’s gun, remarks that he always thought he’d Read More …

Black Snow: Reindeer Games (2000)

In Black Snow, the Deadshirt crew takes a look at some darker entries in the yuletide cinematic canon.  When I think of cynical Christmas films, two films generally come to mind: The 1996 Arnold Schwarzenegger family flick Jingle All the Way and the criminally underrated Read More …

“…Then Who Killed The World?”: Fury Road Takes The Patriarchy For A Ride [Review]

  Studios like to market action films as “nonstop thrill rides” or “high-octane adventures,” but Mad Max: Fury Road transcends such rote praise. It’s like being fired out of the barrel of a sawed-off shotgun and piercing rusty debris along the way to a messy Read More …

JUST DANDY: People From Good Homes Are Talking This Year

Taking a break from committing suicide with food, Mike Pfeiffer will absolutely answer your questions on anything you put in the digital mailbag of justdandy@deadshirt.net. Regardless of whether or not you think Mike is a mature adult, this column is probably best for Mature Adults. As a Mature Read More …