Tag Archives: Cary Fukunaga


“This is an imagination TV,” young Agu says to a border patrol officer, trying to sell an old-fashioned box with its screen and innards removed. Agu and his friends create their own show on the other side of the hollow box, charming the officer into making a trade. In a town on the edge of […]

Thing One and Thing Two

Stephen King’s horror novel It was announced today as the latest King to hit the big screen. After October’s release of Carrie failed to catch on with critics or ticket buyers, a major motion picture of It seems like a dubious prospect. Will audiences flock to an adaptation of a 1986 clown-fest? Make that two adaptations. According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Cary […]