It’s heartening to see so many strange new faces here today.
A visual treat from start to finish, You Won’t Be Alone is a gorgeous reverie. Given its 19th-century Macedonia chronology, it's authentic, gruesome, and forever bewitching. This is a Grimm's fairy Tale wrapped in a raw carcass as a young feral witch wears the skin of her prey to experience their human ways—breathtaking.
What do you do when someone's mean to you?
Terrifying. Truly terrifying. The kids were so in the moment, so believable, that I was spooked in ways most horror films never dare to. An eerie sort of intimacy that like The Exorcist, made me want to turn it off several times and simply run away.
Vengence won’t change the past. Mine or anyone elses. People need hope.
Can't get this film out of my head. It flutters like a bat around my brain. The vulnerable and naive nature of Bruce Wayne and his obsession to save Gotham (and in turn his parents) bring a level of sensitivity to the franchise I never expected. Who knew that the director might actually read the comics, graphic novels, and watch BTAS that define the hooded crime solver for…