If I thought last week’s Twin Peaks series review was hard, I now have to try and explain mother!, a film that is drawing both massive amounts of praise and hate from critics and the public alike. Personally I really enjoyed mother! and I will admit I walked into the cinema not really caring. To properly explain my thoughts this will start off spoiler free, then I will give fair warning before I give some of the plot away. I know not everyone will love this film but it needs to be seen.
Of course, anybody would put their family before anyone else, but at what price?
It Comes At Night isn’t a slasher, jump out of your skin, creepy scenes fest and those are probably some of the reasons why it wasn’t embraced fully by the very demanding horror community that I'm proudly part of, but I fall in the group of people that actually really enjoyed this flick.
A faithful adaptation that will leave fans salivating for more.
Not even the flu could prevent me from watching my childhood trauma come to life in a new adaptation. The hype was massive, everyone was excited and yet pensively cautious – they've seen this hype before (A Nightmare on Elm Street remake) and have been let down. Director Andy Muschietti, the man who gave us Mama - which was quite good and suspenseful, had heavy pressure to deliver, especially after taking over from original director Cary Fukunaga (who is credited as a co-writer).
Jahseh has dipped his toes in nearly every modern genre one could think of [...], introducing noisy, ignorant 808's with a voice of aggression and pain.
Today in Hip-Hop, diversity is very rare. you have your Boom Bap conscious type artists, and your upbeat Trap type. Everybody in between, who either fit one category and much more, or don't fit those categories at all are disrespected and misunderstood. XXXTentacion couldn't fit this statement any stronger.
A tale of two halves but a great nostalgic ride into the dead lights.
It was November 1991. My friends and I were playing football outside and having a great time. Unbeknownst to us was the nightmarish movie viewing on display inside the house. Our siblings were watching some film about a clown; what could be so damn scary about that, right? Well, us kids waltz inside and feast our eyes upon one scary mofo that left me with many sleepless nights. Welcome to Stephen King's It – but does it hold up as well upon viewing as an adult? Yes and no.