"It has begun, let us pray..."
Written and Directed by Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange, Sinister, Deliver Us From Evil) and loosely based on a true story of an exorcism of a girl in Germany named Anneliese Michel, the American adaptation (Germans made one as well named Requiem (2006) and was more of a psychological drama than possession film) is frightening, captivating and full of jump scares.
Finally a seriously awesome Lego movie.
Since The Lego Movie was (surprisingly) a huge hit, it wasn’t a shock when they decided to do another one. Thank fuck for the second instalment, they choose to go with a story centred on the only good character that graced the sleazefest of the first movie: Batman.
Despite the fact Ronon’s Reviews is based here in London, we truly are worldwide. We have readers all over the globe and writers dotted all around. But most information about bands that reaches me is mainly from US or UK sources
What lured the Boogeyman back in this time?
After the success of John Wick (2014), a few things were pretty clear:
→ The masses would come out for a sequel
→ Keanu would be attached
→ The body count would likely surpass the first
Just about the only question on everyone’s mind is the first question that instinctively comes to mind with a follow-up to a successful film: "will it be as good as the original?".
Whatever you do, just don’t fuck with the Boogeyman’s dog!
This film marks the directorial debut for veteran stuntmen Chad Stahelski and David Leitch. Bit of interesting trivia on Chad: he was the stand-in for Brandon Lee after the fatal incident on the set of The Crow. Chad also has a history with Keanu that stems from The Matrix Trilogy to as far back as Point Break. Keanu was attached to the script and approached both Chad and David with an invitation to have them create and coordinate the action. Chad and David accepted the invitation, but requested to direct the film as well. The end result is a sharp neo-noir Action Thriller with heart.