Happy Death Day – A fun spin on a familiar genre

I admit it, the trailer with the 50 Cent rap got me wanting to watch this movie despite the played-out, groundhog day storyline. The second reason for me to watch this movie is the lead, Jessica Rothe. U need someone who is magnetic and charismatic to carry this movie because she is in every single … Continue reading

Friend Request will make u think twice before adding someone new in your social circle

I was not sure if I should watch this movie because I did not heard much about this before it’s released in cinemas. Since I am running out of things to watch in current cinema offering and have some time to spare, I watched it in my local cinema with comfy reclining seat. The late … Continue reading

IT, the new classic

I did not expect to like this movie as much as I do. This is a perfect example of a good movie. Good movie will connect with the audiences and transcend it’s own genre to become a favorite of moviegoers and dare I say, over time, categorized as a classic. I have never seen the … Continue reading

Mother! is motherf#%&*r of a movie.

Um what?<br> What did I just watched? Mother! was to me, a brilliant piece of cinema mindscrew thrill-ride through a two-hours escapism, if you let it. It obviously provoke you to search a deeper meaning into the story and everyone come out of it with a different take of their own. I guess, based on … Continue reading

Annabelle: Creation – a great addition to the new wave of horror classics.

I am very impressed with the current crops of recent horror films that pick up the mantle left by their 70’s era predecessors and move the genre forward. We have had a drought of terrible horror movies made for the audiences with bad taste and craving torture porn with no real redeeming storytelling finesse. In … Continue reading

Phoenix Forgotten,… easily forgotten

Yet another found footage conceit of a story line with a slightly different spin where there is actual hi def footage accompanying the found footage video scene. The high def quality footage part of the movie follow the missing person’s sister trying to investigate her lost brother, which led to the discovery of a missing … Continue reading

The Blackcoat’s Daughter or February?

As a horror super fan, The Blackcoat’s Daughter is quite a discovery. It’s one of those movies that is super atmospheric with a story line that gets darker as it progress to it’s inevitable ending. Kiernan Shipka and Emma Roberts were terrific in this movie. Who would’ve thunk it, two mainstream teen sweethearts can actually … Continue reading

The Belko Experiment: a short but sweet experience.

If you have seen the preview to this movie, you already know what to expect from this movie. However, the director still have a few tricks up his sleeve to toy with the audience expectations on the characters in movies like this; which made it thrilling fun to watch.  Tony Goldwyn is now the official … Continue reading

Raw, if you dare.

Not since I went to the first screening of another French movie with one name moniker INSIDE had I saw audiences ran out of cinema during the movie until I went to watch RAW last weekend. I mean people, mostly women and older couples, literally picked up their belonging and bolt to the exit. Me … Continue reading

Kristen’s Personal Shopper

This second collaboration between Kristen Stewart and director Olivier Assayas, who also wrote the screenplay, is pure cinema escapism. It is kinda hard to categorize a movie like this because it blend seamlessly the every day drama of the life of a personal shopper to a famous celeb with the her obsession in trying to … Continue reading

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