Dammit, don’t these kids know about stranger danger??
Stars: Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers, Juliette Lewis
Director: Tate Taylor
Synopsis: A group of high schoolers befriend a local woman named Sue Ann (Octavia Spencer) who helped buy them alcohol and end up turning her basement into the ultimate underage party location. Soon enough, the newly nickname Ma wants the kids to come and party every night instead of just the weekends and they realise that maybe she’s not as cool as they first thought and there might be some much more sinister motives behind her actions. Continue reading Movie Review: Ma (2019)
This is everything I wished the first movie was.
Stars: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Phi Vu
Director: Christopher Landon
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Synopsis: After thinking she had successfully beaten the killer and the time loop, Tree (Jessica Rothe) instead discovers it has unexpectedly passed to Carter’s (Israel Broussard) friend Ryan (Phi Vu). In trying to fix his loop in the lab, Ryan inadvertently sets everything back to the start of Tree’s original day where she discovers that in order to actually fix the loop for good, it’s not just a killer she has to worry about. Continue reading Movie Review: Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
It’s Groundhog Day but with murder
Stars: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine
Director: Christopher Landon
Synopsis: College student, Tree (Jessica Rothe), is forced to relive her birthday over and over again and while most people would think that’s a great thing, it also happens to be the day she is murdered by a mysterious killer. Each death resets the day which means Tree must die countless times while she tries to figure out who the killer is. Continue reading Movie Review: Happy Death Day (2017)
Michael Myers is back!!
Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak
Director: David Gordon Green
40 years, to the day, after the events of Halloween 1 & 2…..he’s back! Returning to the town of Haddonfield where it all began Michael Myers continues his killing spree while ultimately tracking down the one victim (and her family) who has eluded him, Laurie Strode. Yes both The Shape and Jamie Lee Curtis, the scream queen herself, are back and yes it had been 40 years so we find that Laurie Strode is now a paranoid, lives alone in a cabin with a shooting range full of mannequins and a panic room to beat all panic rooms, grandmother who is estranged from her daughter and occasionally her granddaughter. But with the return of the man in the mask, the revenge she has always dreamed of and trained for may finally be hers. Continue reading Movie Review: Halloween (2018)
Director: Leigh Whannell
Writers: Leigh Whannell
Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Melanie Vallejo, Steve Danielsen
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”.
Continue reading Movie Review: Upgrade (2018)