Cam (2018)

Cam posterThe scariest part? Someone out there could probably make this happen.

Stars: Madeline Brewer, Patch Darragh, Melora Walters
Director: 
Daniel Goldhaber

Synopsis: Online cam girl Lola, aka Alice, is striving to get into the top listed girls online. When all appears to be going in her favour and the rank is on the up, her account becomes locked and seemingly taken over by someone who looks exactly like her and is on a course to steal her entire identity. Continue reading “Cam (2018)”

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Bird Box (2018)

bird box posterAnd the award for best children’s names goes to this film

Stars: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich 
Director: 
Susanne Bier

Synopsis: An unseen entity attacks the human race causing the majority of people to imagine such horrors that they are driven to suicide. 5 years after the initial attack, a young mother and her two children must find a way, while blindfolded, to a rumoured safe zone all the while being hunted by the unseen beings and other immune humans who want to force them to remove the blindfolds and see. Continue reading “Bird Box (2018)”

Close (2019)

closeBadass ladies kicking the butts of bad asshole guys.

Stars: Noomi Rapace, Sophie Nélisse, Indira Varma
Director: 
Vicky Jewson

Synopsis: A counter-Terrorism export takes on a bodyguard job that requires a female to help protect a rich young heiress, Zoe, after the recent death of her father. Zoe (Sophie Nélisse), used to getting her own way and being able to do whatever she wants, and Sam (Noomi Capase), used to a much different kind of job, both have to rise above their dislikes and differences when violent kidnappers come for Zoe and they have to go on the run together in order to save their own lives and figure out who hired the kidnappers. Continue reading “Close (2019)”

Velvet Buzzsaw (2019)

buzzsawFamous art piece or not, I will never stick my hand into any sort of random hole and this movie shows my very sensible reason why.

Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Zawe Ashton, Toni Collette, Natalia Dyer, John Malkovich
Director: 
Dan Gilroy

Synopsis: In the competitive land or art and art critics, a woman working within a top studio discovers a large number of paintings by an unknown artist in her building. Anyone who lays eyes on them is instantly drawn in and suddenly they are the talk of the town and everyone must have one. Popularity soars until people start mysteriously dying and it becomes apparent that the paintings may not be just oil and canvas after all. Continue reading “Velvet Buzzsaw (2019)”

Cold Pursuit (2019)

cold-pursuit-posterIt snows a bit in this movie, just a little bit, I’m sure you will barely notice it.

Stars: Emmy Rossum, Liam Neeson, Tom Bateman, Laura Dern
Director: 
Hans Petter Moland

Synopsis: Nel (Liam Neeson), a snowplow driver in the small mountain town of Kehoe, seeks revenge on the drug dealers who killed his son. His actions ultimately cause a drug war between two families and also the attention of the local police.  Continue reading “Cold Pursuit (2019)”

Children Of Men (2006)

children-men-3.jpgNo one warned me there would be feelings…

Stars: Julianne Moore, Clive Owen, Chiwetel Ejiofor
Director: 
Alfonso Cuarón

Synopsis: Set in a future when, due to unknown reasons, humans have evolved into an infertile state. The last child was born 18 years prior and society has fallen into violence and disarray from fear, government corruption and war. In amongst all of this, activist Julian (Julianne Moore) enlists her alcoholic and depressed ex-husband Theo (Clive Owen) as the only person she ultimately trusts to help her get from the war torn city to a safe zone at sea with a very special cargo, a heavily pregnant young woman. Continue reading “Children Of Men (2006)”

Polar (2019)

polarAlways on the damn eve of retirement

Stars: Mads Mikkelsen, Vanessa Hudgens, Katheryn Winnick 
Director: 
Jonas Åkerlund

Synopsis: The world’s top assassin, Duncan Vizla (Mads Mikkelsen), is set to retire at 50 as per his company’s rules. Also, as per his company’s rules, he’s set to earn a retirement fund from them that matches any amount he has contributed throughout his employment. The company deems this an expense they aren’t willing to make so decide to take him out before his 50th birthday. So, on the eve of his retirement, Duncan is forced back into the game and sets out to prove to the company why he was (and still is) the world top assassin. Continue reading “Polar (2019)”

Mute (2018)

Mute 1Stuff happens, things get weird, it’s in the future and the main guy is an Amish mute.

Stars: Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux
Director: 
 Duncan Jones

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Set in a future full of flying cars, A.I., cyborg limbs and electronics pretty much everywhere, our star character Leo (Alexander Skarsgard) is of course Amish and devout to the point of turning his back on televisions and living as simplistic a lifestyle as he possibly can in a modern city. To top it off, he’s mute, caused by an accident at a young age that his Amish mother refused to see medical treatment to fix because of their beliefs. Not only is he trying to live as a mute in a world that literally has countless resources to assist with talking (be it a phone or even surgery to provide an electronic voice box) and not using any of them because of his belief system, his girlfriend goes missing and he sets out to find her in the process unravelling a whole other side of her life he wasn’t aware of. Continue reading “Mute (2018)”

Upgrade (2018)

Upgrade

Director: Leigh Whannell
Writers: Leigh Whannell
Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Melanie Vallejo, Steve Danielsen

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Please Note: The Following Contains Slight Spoilers (Sorry!)

Ever since watching the trailer I was so keen to see this movie and upon watching last night (thanks to old bosses who have access to streaming links BEST!) I was not disappointed. In three words; This. Movie’s. Awesome!! While the story itself is a bit on the standard futuristic side with automated cars, houses, robotic implants and A.I. essentially controlling everything on a daily basis, there are also elements of ‘days gone by’ throughout is kind of fun. By this I mean the fact that Grey (Logan Marshall-Green) is/was a mechanic and works on muscle cars and his wife doesn’t understand how he likes them because they don’t drive themselves or talk back. Or a later scene that has him paying for something and receives the comment “Ooo paper money, how fun”.

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