23 | Horror enthusiast 🎃
No please don’t kill me Mr. Ghostface, I wanna be in the sequel!
Scream is a timeless classic, a meta masterpiece that defined the horror genre for the better part of a decade.
It’s really hard to overstate how important Scream is, it single-handedly revived the slasher sub genre and gave horror the kick in the ass that it needed in the late 90’s.
A year after the murder of her mother, a teenage girl is terrorized by a new…
This was utter dog shit.
Reel Evil or ‘Specters’ is a painfully mediocre found footage film that suffers from terrible acting, insufferable characters, abysmal CGI, a non existent plot and a complete lack of originality.
I can’t lie, I went into this expecting it to be bad, but I was still shocked at just how bad it actually was.
Will you make a choice?
Knock at the Cabin is spectacular, a captivating tale drenched with mystery and an effectively ominous feeling of the unknown, backed by phenomenal performances and expertly crafted scenes of tension and suspense, it’s a film that stands out in a multitude of ways.
Pull me out.
Possessor is a bizarre descent into madness, a visceral, soul-shattering experience unlike anything you’ve seen before.
Visually intense, unapologetically gruesome and breathtakingly graphic, Possessor is a film that will embed itself into your subconscious with its psychedelic imagery and diabolical violence.
If I could live any place and any time, I’d live here, in London, in the sixties.
Last Night in Soho is unparalleled, visually stunning, phenomenally stylish, memorably haunting, and superbly nostalgic, it’s a truly incredible work of art.
Impeccable use of color, an outstanding soundtrack, riveting characters, fantastic acting, a compelling story drenched with fascinating mystery, Last Night in Soho has everything, it’s a perfect film in my eyes.