A meta-sequel to the first film in which Texarkana experienced a… MoreA meta-sequel to the first film in which Texarkana experienced a series of murders based on the film 65 years later. It was very well directed even though the acting was terrible, there were some plot holes but overall it served as a sequel worthy of the title.
One of the most overlooked horror films, The Town That Dreaded Sundown… MoreOne of the most overlooked horror films, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is based on a series of real life double homicides in Texarkana where the killer was never found. Unlike other slashers, the film used a pseudo-documentary style and eerie atmosphere to generate fear. It was really silly at times and the ending was ridiculous but nevertheless, it should be watched just once.
Over the top and campy as hell, The Fifth Element relies on cliché and… MoreOver the top and campy as hell, The Fifth Element relies on cliché and non-substantial action to entertain, which ultimately failed to make it fresh. You've tried Besson.
A revision of I Walked with A Zombie, Ritual serves as the final film… MoreA revision of I Walked with A Zombie, Ritual serves as the final film in the Tale from the Crypt spin off, and possibly the worst one. Ritual was campy as hell with predictable plot and silly dialogues, it may be best avoided.
Norway never stops to amaze me with their creativity. Trollhunter is a… MoreNorway never stops to amaze me with their creativity. Trollhunter is a black comedy mockumentary about a group of college students following a "trollhunter" in Norway to discover the truth behind the mysterious bear attacks in the woods.
Trollhunter was very clever all round: it used the mockumentary technique perfectly to generate thrill. The script was actually well written by coming up with the most ridiculous explanation for troll activities (Jötnar were explained to reside in Jotunheimen). What I enjoyed the most about Trollhunter was the fact that it didn't rely on shaking the camera furiously in order to disorientate the audience, rather, it actually shows you the trolls. You really don't want to miss out this film!
Totally unnecessary. This made for TV Doctor Who film was very cringe… MoreTotally unnecessary. This made for TV Doctor Who film was very cringe worthy, it was fun at times but generally predictable and filled with punchable characters and overused Jellybaby jokes.
Gravity is an extraordinary science fiction film featuring Sandra… MoreGravity is an extraordinary science fiction film featuring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. I love the story of survival and Gravity presented the will to survive even at the most dire circumstances.
Surprisingly more "bearable" than I expected. Ted 2 is a significant… MoreSurprisingly more "bearable" than I expected. Ted 2 is a significant improvement from the first film thanks to pop culture references and good acting. Again, the film didn't make any sense at all, but it did make me chuckle a few times. Amanda Seyfried was actually amazing in portraying a pot smoking lawyer, but other than her, the film really leaves little to no value.
Sometimes we can all lose control by the little things. Wild Tales is… MoreSometimes we can all lose control by the little things. Wild Tales is an Argentinian anthology film of 6 tales bounded by the common theme: revenge. Some tales were obviously better than others, but overall they all worked quite well.