In Case You Missed It: 8/6 - 8/11
It's been another busy week for us over at Viddy Well. Just in case you missed it, here's a rundown of this past weeks articles, reviews and news.
For last week's Sacrilegious Sunday posting, we hit y'all with our Ghostbusters (1984, not the goddamn 2016 abomination) drinking game. We guarantee an vomitus ectoplasm experience. Rules are listed here.
On Monday, we helped curb those case of the Mondays blues by sharing some of our favorite scenes of awkward interviews. This installment included clips from Trainspotting, The Wedding Singer, and Step Brothers, amongst others. Full article here.
Tuesday, we made two posts; one a story of inspiration, the other an early review for a film releasing on 8/18. The inspiring story comes in the form of a short documentary about Jim Carrey and his amazing paintings; full article here. The review of the yet to be released Patti Cake$ hit our sites and promises to be a sincerely quirky underdog thrill; full review here.
On Wednesday, our review of Lady Macbeth hit our social sites. The film is a technical masterpiece with a stunning performance by up-and-comer Florence Pugh. Full review here.
Thursday was another double post frenzy. This time, we broke the news of a "spooky" listing for the house that Stephen King lived in while writing his novel Pet Sematary, and a review for the "bestselling anime of all time," Your Name. Get your freak on with the King house here, and then cleanse yourself with some sentimental love with our Your Name review here.
Friday, for this week's Contributor's Corner, our contributors discussed the importance of Style over Substance and which prevails in a winner-take-all scenario. Which do you think takes the cake? Full article here.
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