For the first time since 1960, both the actors AND writers guilds have walked out on studios. Oblogatory gets into the reasons why Hollywood is on strike.
After much procrastination, Oblogatory finally follows the advice of Spike Lee’s greatest work and watches “Do the Right Thing.” And, yep, it’s still disturbingly relevant 30 years later.
Oblogatory traces Hollywood’s oldest lie, going back to the beginning of film and connecting it to recent celebrity comments.
INT./EXT., V.O., CON’T–What does it all mean? Oblogatory walks readers though basic screenplay formatting (and offers some helpful tips for constructive feedback).
The original Schwarzenegger, the underrated 2010 reboot, and the most recent prequel all vie for the title of best Predator movie. We’ll see which of these sits atop the apex.
Yesterday’s News breaks down why critic aggregate sites exist, which ones are the most popular, and what the pros and cons of Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, and IMDb.
This Marvel movie delivers a plot from… the 1930’s?! The Thor series borrows the “comedy of remarriage” from Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant films for its latest addition.
As you can imagine, this week’s post on Oblogatory became quite the can of worms. Worse still, the worms are racist! That doesn’t stop me from grabbing my tackle box and giving a whole new meaning to the term “race-baiting.”
Psycho is a masterpiece, but it has a thorny history with the trans community. Two of Oblogatory’s trans readers contribute their approach to watching this classic.
A Train Wreck of a Woman Somehow Solves a Murder by Logan Gion Oh, for the love of—Is this another “listicle?” Yup! The difference with this list/article, though, is that I’d only seen two of the entries below before watching these titles. The other three had been suggested to me via friends, family, critical buzz, […]