I am confident to say this is the most interesting, gripping and instructive TV show that I’ve ever watched.
Mindhunter is produced and 4 episodes are directed, by David Fincher and even if that is not enough to get me to watch it without questioning what it is about, that is not even the best part.
The Horror comes to life in the West End.
On Halloween night I went to see The Exorcist, a play adaptation of the William Peter Blatty's novel from 1971 and it was just amazing! The stage performance is everything the movie ever was, but it also has the added charm of the events happening live right before your eyes.
A movie to watch on a rainy day or late at night to truly capture the essence of the story.
The haunted house story has been done to death – let's face it, but every now and again a little gem comes along that stands out from the pack. While not necessarily a great movie, Personal Shopper can at least say it's different.
With The Belko Experiment I was disappointed because they missed out on a potential great flick.
I am a massive fan of Horror movies that have social research/ human behaviour as a subject, either based on true event like The Stanford Prison Experiment (very interesting and also worth checking out the true story behind it) or something fictional (or is it?) like Would You Rather - am I the only one that think it’s underrated? Point is, the reason I find these kind of films so appealing is because for me they are pretty unnerving since I like to put myself in the characters shoes and think what I would do if I was in that situation. In case you want to know, most of the time I would just crawl up in the corner and die.
A wishy washy Horror take on the stigmata.
Being raised Christian, obviously a movie about a person having stigmata wounds is appealing. Turning it into a horror, I thought, would be more interesting – yes and no.