Deadshirt’s Top Ten Films of 2015

2015 was a really strong year for movies, and I think the quality of the list below really speaks to that. While half of our ten picks for the best films of the year are sequels or reboots, there’s an obvious and important seachange evident Read More …

Crimson Peak is an Atmospheric Gem with Feet of Clay [Review]

“It’s not a ghost story,” says writer Edith Cushing of her manuscript, early in Crimson Peak. “More a story with ghosts in it.” Through Edith, we can hear director Guillermo del Toro cautioning his audience. Crimson Peak is populated with writhing specters and the occasional Read More …

The Rest of 2014: The Book of Life [Review]

We’re spending the month of December looking back at some of the great new releases that we missed out on reviewing earlier this year. This is The Rest of 2014. There was no shortage of animated films this year. Less expensive production costs have made turnaround Read More …

PACIFIC RIM IS POWERED BY FRIENDSHIP, HEADBUTTS: A Deadshirt Team Up Review

Due to the subject matter of the movie they’re about to review, Max Robinson and Mike Pfeiffer thought it would be appropriate to tag-team it like the Jaeger pilots of Pacific Rim. Some spoilers ahead. Mike: Initiating “neural handshake”… Max: Activating official Sharkatraz Jaeger WHISKEY DUMPLING: