Frida Cinema Content Editor Reggie Peralta talks with December Volunteer of the Month Grant Hoskins about his VOTM pick Beggars of Life as well as his time at The Frida.
The writers of The Frida Cinema share their recommendations for the Barnes and Noble Criterion Collection sale, streaming selections on the Criterion channel, and which movies they’d like to see in the collection.
For 45 years and counting, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has existed as a load-bearing cultural object of fringe, arthouse weirdness just outside of the mainstream.
In an unprecedented year for movie watching, we ask our Frida writers how they got through 2020 without movie theaters, and what they’re looking forward to in the new year.
The Writer’s Room at The Frida weigh in on all things Horror, Halloween, and film.
As another decade has come and gone, we here in The Frida Cinema Writer’s Room have been reflecting on the past ten years in film.
The writers of The Frida Cinema have put together a list of our favorite Christmas films, including movies that deal directly with the holiday or ones that are simply set during Christmas. Regardless of which category they fall into, they make our holiday season that much merrier!
In celebration of Art House Theater Day 2019, Reggie Peralta – a Frida Cinema volunteer since 2015, contributor to film collective LA Arts Society, and recent addition to our Staff as our trusty Content and Newsletter Editor – gives us his own Top 5 Favorite Frida Cinema Memories!
“John Waters’ quotes are ridiculously over the top and constantly referenced amongst my family. Any quote that includes any mention of roaches are my absolute favorite. This includes Amber’s endless “That girl’s got roaches in her hair” or “Tracy Turnblad is a human roach nest” throughout the film. Another favorite line is when Penny and Edna are watching Tracy’s debut on the Corny Collins Show and Penny yells to the TV “Hi Tracy! It’s me, Penny!” Edna just looks at Penny and tells her “She can’t hear you!?” It’s absurd but makes me laugh every time.
The Frida Cinema’s writing team share their favorite Folk Horror film, in anticipation of our Horrors of Malformed Men screening.