‘Get Out’ was absolutely nothing like I expected. Yet beneath the weird and wonderful events going on onscreen, there is certainly some deeper social commentary at play. This satire comedy is definitely worth a watch!
Loved ‘Split’ as a film, McAvoy was ace and was thrilled throughout. The ending was a little disappointing, wasn’t 100% on board with this M. Night Shyamalan plot twist.
A film now showing on Netflix. ‘Hush’ is a tense thriller that takes an original look on the home invasion story, stripping it back to its bare bones.
As soon as the credits stated it was Tarantinos 8th film, there was a sense of knowing that it had to be good. I think Tarantino has found his strong […]
“In October of 1944, three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, while shooting a documentary, A year later, their footage was found”
As Joel Edgerton’s first film where he adopts the roles of actor, director and writer, The Gift was sure to be a risky film for him. It’s certainly fair to say he excelled on all three counts . A fantastic first film for him that is sure to draw in the ratings and possibly some awards in the long run.
I think it’s fair to say that The Wicker Man is unlike any other film that I’ve seen. Not that I watch films from the 70s very often, but this one was so ‘out-there’ I was left bewildered but what I had just witnessed. Robin Hardy’s 1973 film takes us to Summerisle, a small island community in Scotland, where Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) is sent to search for missing girl, Rowan Morrison.