So you know the drill, you see a film involving the Ouija board and you immediately know that you're going to end up screaming at the characters to leave it be. DO. NOT. TOUCH. THE BOARD. Just don't touch it. Nice spirits aren't going to play with you. It's going to be those nasty ones … Continue reading “Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)”; worth playing with? a horror film review.
After watching The Limehouse Golem, I realised that I have been sleeping on the "thriller" movie genre. So instead of searching my go-to horror movie list, I decided to watch one that required a lot of concentration and which seemed to have an air about them. Upon on searching, and reading many short descriptions, I … Continue reading “Shelter / 6 Souls (2010); is it always comforting?” a thriller movie review.
Okay, my very first initial opinion is; The title sucks. I mean, "Monsters" ?! Really?! it sounds like a film aimed at children. I'll give it credit, the film isn't as abysmal as the title may suggest. The acting also isn't what I would call "Channel 5 budget film" acting. Which I know sounds shady … Continue reading “Monsters (2010); scarier than humans?” a Sci-Fi film review.
I had never heard of this film prior to my Netflix search. Which is quite a shock because I enjoy the acting skills of Bill Nighy, and usually gravitate towards films that include him. Due to watching an obscene amount of horrors recently, I forgot how much I enjoyed a good thriller. How fantastic is … Continue reading “The Limehouse Golem (2016); a precious film?” A thriller movie review.
As an avid fan of supernatural/paranormal horror films, it's very unusual for a film to shock me to the core. I've practically seen every possible horror ending that there is. That is until I watched Shutter. So I'm going to start with this; Shutter terrifies me. I first gave it a watch a year ago, … Continue reading “Shutter (2008); Worth a shot?” A horror film review.
It's very rare that I feel the need to watch a film more than once to form a true opinion. I sometimes find that particular films are a good watch, but once you've seen them, you've seen them. These films don't tend to bring joy, sadness or bewilderment into my life, but for the duration … Continue reading “The Land of Steady Habits (2018); worth paying a visit?” An independent film review.
Okay, I've wanted to do a review on this for ages because honestly it's one of my favourite films, and I've seen a fair few. It all started back in 2015 when I was on a plane heading back home from an incredibly fun holiday. It was a long flight so you know the score, … Continue reading “Me, Earl and The Dying Girl (2015); do good things come in threes?” An independent film review.