I loved An Evening With Kevin Smith. The guy is smart, funny, and tells a good story. That show in fact prompted me to check out some of his movies in the first place. But Kevin Smith also baffles me. It has to do with his horror range. For example, at one end, Tusk, a horror-comedy at best. At the other, Red State, about which not one damn thing is funny. Continue Reading
Ad exec Kevin Roberts has a point in saying brands rely on “ER words: whiter, brighter, cleaner, stronger, fitter. Watch any commercials on American TV and you’ll see these words come up in the first three seconds, hammered remorselessly into your brain.”
I’ve seen a proverbial shit-ton of movies because they were called the scariest, the most terrifying, the best since some classic or other.
I should know better.