An entertaining entry into the franchise but left me mildly unsatisfied…
Let’s face it, the Halloween franchise has always been a hit and miss prospect. One movie is great, the next one is average, etc., etc. With every Halloween: H20, there is the disastrous Halloween: Resurrection. Rob Zombie’s Halloweens were also hit and miss. Say what you want about his version, but at least it was different to everything that came before it.
Interesting concept, but overall average.
With so much hype for The Nun, there was no way it was going to meet those standards, think Annabelle as an example. Well, I was half right. What the story lacked in concept and plot, was made up for with the beautiful cinematography. Read on.
A murder mystery from HBO which ticks all the boxes.
HBO can do no wrong. They always distribute great shows and Sharp Objects is no exception. Sometimes there is nothing like a good murder mystery and this one has it all. Suspenseful, nostalgic, weird and great performances.
Does it live up to the hype? Yes, it does and how.
Hereditary is a movie that snuck up on me from nowhere. To be fair, I only had seen the trailer during a Deadpool 2 viewing and was freaked the hell out - Hello darkness my old friend, where have you been? With a talented cast and an unknown director in his first feature film outing - indie horror is back baby.
Spiritual, stunning and performances to match.
Mary Magdalene is a movie that won't be too appealing to the masses unless you're religious or spiritual, but with Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix on board and Garth Davis (Lion) as director, there is one reason to watch but it sure shouldn’t be the only one because even if you aren’t religious, you could still be left stunned by its beauty.