Rudie Obias 41POSTS

Rudie Obias lives in Brooklyn, New York. He’s a writer and editor who is interested in cinema, pop culture, music, NBA basketball, science fiction, and web culture. His work can be found at IGN, Fandom, TV Guide, Metacritic, Yahoo!, Battleship Pretension, Mashable, Mental Floss, and of course, BRWC.

Grasshopper Republic: Review

While most documentaries feature talking head-style interviews that give viewers insight on past events, there are others that just let the camera roll and

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Starting off your movie with people kneeling side-by-side in line, as they get beheaded one after another is one of the best and boldest

Relax, I’m From The Future: Review

Time travel movies are tricky. It’s fun and fantastic when this sub-genre hits the mark like Palm Springs, Hot Tub Time Machine, Looper, and

Barber: The BRWC Review

Barber: The BRWC Review Private eye movies like The Long Goodbye, The Thin Man, Klute, and others follow certain beats, such as taking a case,

On The Line: Review

The single location and single character movie is hard to pull off. It requires a lot of charisma, focus, and overall interest for the