Month: February 2018

Netflix Review: Radius

Radius, a 2017 Canadian sci-fi thriller, is currently trending on Netflix, but what’s it about and is it worth watching? What’s it about?: A car crash victim (Diego Klattenhoff) awakes with minor injuries and no […]

Box Office: Black Panther & The Myth That Black Films Don’t Travel

Another February. Another black-led film breaking box office records. Last year, it was Jordan Peele’s Get Out; this year, it’s Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther. At this point, we shouldn’t be surprised anymore. When underserved audiences […]

Let’s Talk About Black Panther’s Ending & Why It Is Such a Powerful Bit of Superhero Mythmaking

Black Panther just had one of the biggest opening weekends of all time. You’ve probably seen it by now. If you haven’t, you really should. It’s amazing. But let’s just dispense with any pretense of a […]

The Cult Classics: Watching Logan’s Run For the First Time

Released the year before Star Wars, Logan’s Run has turned into a cult classic, but there’s always been an air of missed opportunity about it. If only The Time Machine’s George Pal had followed through […]

Black Panther Used to Have a Cape & Other Insights From a New Infographic

“I used to go to a comic shop right next to my elementary school in between basketball practice and track practice. We would go there and hang out. I remember one day, I asked the […]

Is Disney Interested in Fox’s Talent or Simply Its Content? Ryan Murphy’s Not Sticking Around to Find Out.

The current Major League Baseball offseason has been a giant nothingburger as clubs refuse to sign players asking for too much and players refuse to sign for less, but if you’re jonesing for some deal […]

How Can Paramount Survive in a Disney-Fox World? By Becoming More Like Disney. Wait, What?

Disney bought Fox or at least announced it is going to once the terms are finalized and regulators give them the green light, and Hollywood went apeshit. Disney buying another studio? Sure. That’s just what […]

Cult Classic Horror Film Review: Death Line [aka Raw Meat]

“Mind the doors!” Death Line [aka Raw Meat] is a British cannibal movie that plays more like Frankenstein, presenting a heartbroken, barely verbal cannibal who simply wants a mate. Descended from a group of people […]

Netflix Review: The Ritual Does for Hiking What The Descent Did for Spelunking

Spoiler warning: This review acknowledges there is something in the woods with the guys in The Ritual, but I don’t say who or what. Now that’s more like it. After a recent run of less-than-stellar […]

Film Review: Lost & Found Combines Grindhouse & Electric Boogaloo to Create a B Movie Mockumentary

“Within the genre of exploitation, there weren’t a lot of women, I mean especially not a lot of women who were in witness protection.” The above quote, delivered by Pajiba’s managing editor Kristy Puchko, is […]