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#31DaysOfHorror: Oct 19

The stink of Van Helsing pretty much put the kibosh on Universals plan to reboot their classic monsters. Dracula films always seem to pop up every few years, and most are hunks of shit. 601 more words

Then vs. Now: The Wolfman

The Wolf Man
Released 1941                              Rated: NR

I genuinely liked this movie. It’s obviously dated, but for the most part I liked it. It felt extremely short, coming in at just passed one hour; I’m not used to that. 632 more words


Throwback Thursday's "The Usual Suspects" Review

Hello again! thanks for reading and for the feedback on my posts so far! Seeing that it is Thursday, and to follow the ways of social media, I’ve decided to do a throwback review of a cult classic. 958 more words

Movie Reviews

21 Grams: How Much Does Life Weigh?

In Alejandro González Iñárritu’s second feature, three lives intertwine following a tragic car accident.

I’m very excited to be able to share my thoughts on this film with you, as 21 Grams ranks amongst my very favourite films. 937 more words

Film Reviews

2014 Philadelphia Film Festival: Escobar: Paradise Lost

In Colombia, a young surfer meets the woman of his dreams – and then he meets her uncle, Pablo Escobar.

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Handsomeness alert!

Benicio Del Toro made a polished appearance in Dolce and Gabbana at the premiere of Escobar: Paradise Lost during the ongoing 9th Rome Film Festival.

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#POCtober: The Wolfman (2010)

Benicio Del Toro
Originally, this film was to be directed by the astonishing Mark Romanek. Instead, Universal went with Joe Johnston whose chief appeal seems to have been his promise to get the whole thing done and dusted in under 3 months. 8 more words