Doctor Sleep and The True Villain Of The Film

Last year, the Stanley Kubrick classic, The Shining, had finally received a sequel. That sequel was Doctor Sleep. If you know me, I wasn’t too happy with the film and was even more upset with it being a sequel to one of my favorite horror films. But maybe I was too harsh on Doctor Sleep, as looking back on it, it did have something interesting … Continue reading Doctor Sleep and The True Villain Of The Film

A Dumb Idea For A Saw Sequel (and also an unprofessional analysis of the Saw Franchise)

So after binge watching Saw 1-8 I kept thinking to myself about something intresting. This franchise, despite having eight movies, two games, a ton of iconic moments, iconic characters, and a mark on pop culture that will make most shiver at the thought of waking up and hearing “Let’s play a game,” the film never really had anything to say until the eigth film Jigsaw. … Continue reading A Dumb Idea For A Saw Sequel (and also an unprofessional analysis of the Saw Franchise)

Parasite; Fuck Man, This Movie Is Just About Perfect

Parasite, directed by Bong Joon Ho, is in my opinion the best movie of 2019. The film is a comedy, thriller, commentary, suspense film that I absolutely loved after watching it the first time. There are so many moments in the film that are so memorable, the score is phenomenal, the actors are realistic, the writing is tight and nuanced. There are some really tiny … Continue reading Parasite; Fuck Man, This Movie Is Just About Perfect

The Lighthouse; A Beacon Of Light In A Sea of Horror Mediocrity

I saw The Lighthouse with the following knowledge: Robert Pattinson and Willem Defoe were the main stars It was shot on 35mm black & white film in a 4:1 aspect ratio The film was a physiological horror film set on an island with a Lighthouse during 1890 Robert Eggers was the director of the film There was a mermaid in the film I also knew … Continue reading The Lighthouse; A Beacon Of Light In A Sea of Horror Mediocrity