Single location films aren’t easy to pull off and on the rare occasion when done right (like in 2010’s Buried) they can be quite engaging and fast-paced. The Danish-set The Guilty, without a doubt, falls into the engaging category, but not only does it keep our adrenaline pumping, it unfolds layer upon layer with a situation you don’t see coming and will leave you assessing what our protagonist (and the audience) has had to deal with after the final credits roll.
Author: Luke Banyai
After having seen Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead at the tender age of 13, it began a love for horror films that eventually expanded into a love for all genres.
Deserted Island Movie Collection: The Films of Martin Scorsese
Best Movie Snack: Honey Soy Chicken Potato Chips and a 6 pack.
In the better part of a year now Netflix hasn’t seemed to shy away from exclusively bringing the blockbuster cinematic experience normally reserved for the movie theatre to the small screen, and here with the upcoming action film, Triple Frontier, it seems as though the trend is well and truly continuing.
Arctic is an unforgiving yet inspirational story about a man stranded in the middle of the Antarctic wilderness, who must use every ounce of survival instinct to stay alive in a place without any remorse for human life.
Two years after winning Best Picture at the Oscars for Moonlight (2016), director Barry Jenkins follows up with his slightly inferior, but nonetheless strong feature If Beale Street Could Talk.
It’s been a good year for independent horror and 2019 looks like it could be shaping up to follow suit with Piercing,starring Mia Wasikowska and…
With the movie market saturated with superhero films, BrightBurn might just be the antidote audiences need to skew the direction these types of movies normally head in.
Overlord wastes no time in telling you what kind of movie it’s going to be. A no-holds-barred war film that involves Nazi superhumans reads like a typical B-movie on paper, but Overlord has the budget to push the visuals and gore effects to new heights and doesn’t disappoint in that department.
Historical epics are usually reserved for the ultimate cinematic experience. Outlaw King, whilst keeping an epic scale comes straight to Netflix, yet effectively loses none of its widescreen beauty and metal clanking blood-soaked battle scenes.
The Old Man & the Gun can be viewed in two different ways. One, a simple story of an elderly bank robber who charms his way into looting any bank he sees fit to enter without using an ounce of force, the other, a vehicle entirely built around its star, screen legend Robert Redford.
Based after the events of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Spider’s Web continues Lisbeth Salander’s life of cyberhacking and destroying abusive men’s lives around the globe and unfortunately, comes up way shorter than its predecessor.
The original Halloween was released in 1978 and opened up a whole new horror genre in the form of the ‘slasher’. It also introduced us to the horror icon, the seemingly unkillable Michael Myers.
Remakes of classic films are rarely met with high praise, however, the latest version of A Star is Born could well be considered a classic in its own right. It’s hard to fault a film where everything fits so well together with such confidence and emotional depth.
With the huge success of IT last year, it was inevitable that more of author Stephen King’s material was coming our way on the big screen.
The anticipation for Hold the Dark was high for this reviewer as its director Jeremy Saulnier had shown strong promise with his two previous features, Green Room (2015) and Blue Ruin (2013).