I finally faced my childhood trauma by watching The people under the stairs in full. I saw sections of it as a child and remember only the image of children running from something in the wall cavities of a old creepy house. It was an absolute surprise and joy to see Everett McGill and Wendy…
Apart from being an entertaining and very 80’s killing spree around the cursed area surrounding Camp Crystal Lake, I thought this was a really well made, and clever horror film.
The New York Ripper has been one of the most challenging films I’ve watched in recent times. It’s violence and sexuality are off the charts.
Dario Argento’s Phenomena is yet another example of a masterclass in horror cinema.
Leon Kennedy returns in the East European wilderness in search of the kidnapped daughter of the President. And everything wants to kill him.
Days Gone is an apocalyptic game on the PlayStation 4. A beautiful, violent and unforgiving world.
The Lighthouse is a slow-burn descent into madness expertly portrayed by Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.
Joaquin Phoenix is probably my favourite representative of the character of Joker that I’ve seen on screen.
The haunting story of a woman carrying her first child, struggling to keep it all together. However, she begins to suspect outside forces are working against her and her family’s safety.
An absolute horror classic.
Just some paragraphs from the book that rang a bell with me. Either for their meaning, or for how they sounded.
1917 is the incredible film from Sam Mendes about two friends tasked with delivering an important message to save a battalion.
On New Year’s Day I saw my first film of the year — Star Wars : The Rise of Skywalker. In all honesty I was expecting to not like it all that much, mostly due to reviews and comments I’d heard from people I know. But you know what? I really enjoyed it. It was…