As the insurrection of the Capitol shocked the nation on January 6th, some key figures involved in that have been revealed and are continuing to push their agenda.
Jason Arment reviews the book As You Were by David Tromblay and interviews the author. (Dzanc Books)
The deleting of social media accounts of bad faith actors is one thing, but interfering with an election in Idaho is completely another. Jason Arment investigates.
Jason Arment examines the push to “return to normalcy” during these times, reopening schools and resuming operations as if COVID is no longer a concern.
Jason Arment reviews the film The Golden Glove, an adaptation of a novel about serial killer Fritz Honka who murdered women between 1970 and 1975. (Strand Releasing)
Jason Arment reviews the film Motherless Brooklyn, written (screenplay adaptation), produced, directed by and starring Edward Norton. (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Jason Arment examines the movie Joker and illustrates what mainstream critics failed to see, or at least what they failed to connect as current, real-world events.
Jason Arment reviews Knife+Heart (2018), seen in tandem with Equation to An Unknown (1980), both French films involving gay pornography. (Altered Innocence)
Jason Arment reviews Tigers Are Not Afraid, a Spanish-language horror mystery film directed by Issa López. (Filmadora Nacional Peligrosa)
Jason Arment reviews The Fanatic, a psychological thriller directed by Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst and starring John Travolta. (Quiver Distribution)