To paraphrase something a wise woman once said, assumption is a crap-filled Twinkie: it looks great until you take a bite out of it. An assumption is a little bit of mental laziness that circumvents the heavy lifting of critical thinking and just going with whatever’s easiest. Of course, this brings us to Wes Craven’s
Not all things get better with age. In fact, most things don’t. With the exceptions of true love and a small handful of wines, things get worse, decay and die. It’s a sad fact of life. “My Soul To Take”, the latest from director Wes Craven, is another.