Horror has a new face, and its makeup artist is Damien Leone. This 34-year-old Staten Island native has recently released Terrifier, the 80s slasher throwback that is several deep cuts above the competition. 123WTF was lucky enough to corner the man himself and get him to open up about Art the Clown, filming horror, and his intense fans…and we didn’t even have to use a machete to do it.
While writing up my extensive synopsis of Blade Runner 2049, I became captivated by the fascinating actor who played the File Clerk at Wallace Corporation’s records hall. Seizing destiny by the keyboard, I sent Tómas Lemarquis a missive and could not believe my good fortune when he agreed to do an interview for our series WTF Did He Say? Now, let my good fortune be yours as I share his thoughts on Blade Runner 2049, Snowpiercer, X-Men: Apocalypse, Denis Villeneuve, Ryan Gosling, shamanism and WTF!?…
I shall be opening up Insidious: The Last Key, turning it over and unlocking its secrets to test if it’s the right one or totally lost. So read on only if you’ve already seen The Last Key, or don’t plan to.
I shall be breaking down Fifty Shades Freed, pulling apart its scenes and delivering a punishing analysis to see if it comes out on top or ends up on the bottom. So read on only if you’ve already seen Fifty Shades Freed, or don’t plan to.
I shall be disassembling Blade Runner 2049, putting it through its motions and examining each part to test if it’s powerful or a just a bot. So read on only if you’ve already seen Blade Runner 2049, or don’t plan to.
Remember all those years ago when I was an unknown film critic, trying to make my way in this hypercritical world? Well, that hasn’t changed in the slightest. However, I am less unknown enough that the Sklar brothers (the hyper-talented executive producers of the upcoming documentary Poop Talk— in theatres and VOD on Friday, February 16, 2018) have agreed to inaugurate a new section on 123WTF! Ladies and gents, I present WTF Did They Say– The Interviews!
I shall be gunning for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, hunting down its passages and tracking where it’s coming from to find if it’s trophy worthy or should be bagged. So read on only if you’ve already seen The Killing of a Sacred Deer, or don’t plan to.