Saw on the big screen absolutely blazed out of my mind and don't know if I've had a better movie experience.
I love films that set their tone through the very first shot that you see on screen, Snowpiercer does this well, showing how it's a horribly bleak movie.
Snowpiercer's plot seamlessly brings the audience into it's world, slowly introducing characters and the world that they have to exist in, as well as the rules that they have to abide by and why we should root for him, then it isn't long before the plot really shifts into gear, as we…
The Shining is like a dark painting of paranoia, murder, blood and insanity all compiled together to create a beautiful disturbing take on the horror genre.
The story's fairly simple enough, it's definitely a slow burner and those knowing (which is pretty much everyone going into the movie) that Jack will eventually give into the madness that surrounds him with the infamous axe scene may find the film a very slow experience, but Kubrick slowly draws you into it's rather…