Weekend Fallout: ‘Spin’

The Weekend Fallout is an unsafe place to discuss most things in the reel and real world.

Let us know what you have been watching recently on the big and small screen. Excited about any upcoming releases? Doing anything fun this weekend? Simply sitting around in your underwear eating dang quesadillas while watching movies and endlessly scrolling through social media? Let us know below!


Here are some articles from this past week that we encourage you to check out and jump in (or start) the conversation.


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Evil Dead Rise (2023) – I had a lengthy back and forth with Sailor about this film. BEFORE I really got into the heart of it. I thought it was just going to be another boring reboot without Ash. Sure he has a voice cameo, but really, does that matter? Anyway, this film has some great visuals and some real creepy vibes. And its a solid 90 min film that gets right to it. 4/5

David Brent: Life on the Road (2016) – I never bothered with this back in the day because I didn’t think it would be worth it. I was wrong. It’s a good little movie that catches up with the former star of the British documentary series,The Office as he now tries to be a rock star while working as a rep for a bathroom supply company. Plus it was fun to see some familiar faces from After Life in there. 3.75/5

Airport (1970) – You gotta love the 70s disaster films. But this one isn’t your typical film like Towering Inferno or The Posieden Adventure, this is a slow burn of a film that almost plays out like a day in the life at the airport. Lots of stuff is happening but none of it seems too important. That is until one character comes into play and really sends things into a spiral. 4/5

CBGB (2013) – This could have been a great bio-film of the great New York punk club, but instead it feels like cosplay. It’s still entertaining to watch, mainly because of Alan Rickman. And god dammit, I wish this place was still around. 2.5/5


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Author: K. Alvarez

A king without a throne.