blogOne evening, two sisters stumbled upon a neglected gem of a film: The Linguini Incident. Astounded, captivated, they took it upon themselves to revive this uncult classic, and doing so with other films awaiting to be praised.

This is not a culinary blog.

One evening, two sisters stumbled upon a neglected gem of a film: The Linguini Incident. Astounded, captivated, they took it upon themselves to revive this uncult classic, and doing so with other films awaiting to be praised… The movies we praise are usually ones who have been shuned by critics or were unsuccessful at the box office but have a cult following, these are the linguini movies. Time and again, we will write about critically recognised movies, the ones we consider to be foundations, the plates to our linguini.

Who are the Wooden sisters?

JJ. Wooden: I am a college student majoring in English literature. I have a facination for all things kitsch and off-beat. Studies Pataphysics in the home, late nights all alone. An expert in rom-coms, I plan to write a thesis on this too often cringed at genre. As an amateur music enthousiast, I plan to write music reviews, along with their video. I love puns. All out of proportion. I don’t need anyone to love them.

LL. Wooden: I’m a high school student who wastes way to much brain space for all things concerning movies. If the central theme of the movie is death I’m happy, I’ll take anything (leave propositions below if you can think of any). I’ll be wasting my free time writing on this blog on films I think more people should watch, coming of age films and black and white movies. I like lists in general, I’ll be writing alot of those.