A screeching, graphic howl of incendiary exasperation, “Assassination Nation” adds its voice to the growing chorus of furious condemnation of a society dominated by toxic masculinity, religious hypocrisy and venal depravity overseen by the ever-present spectre of a pussy-grabbing enabler-in-chief, showing in no uncertain terms what will happen when pussy grabs back. The town of … Continue reading Assassination Nation (2018) Review
Great write up of the psychological horror/ thriller “It Comes At Night” by 5minutemovieguy.
It Comes at Night is a bleak and mysterious psychological thriller that tells the story of a small family fighting against a faceless virus that has seemingly decimated most of the population. Joel Edgerton plays the father of the family, Paul, who takes every possible precaution to protect his wife and son. None of them know what’s happened, nor what’s causing the sickness, but they all agree that they must never go out at night. In their fear of the unknown, and their desperation to survive, the true horror of the film reveals itself. Written and directed by Trey Edward Shults, It Comes at Night is bound to leave audiences divided. With its misleading title and its refusal to provide answers, many will no doubt find this to be a fruitless and frustrating film. However, if you’re willing to look beyond the film’s ambiguity, as I did, you may find…
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I’d heard of “Ender’s Game” before but never got around to reading it. When I learned they were making a movie of it, I figured I should probably check it out before I saw the movie. I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and was curious about how it would be adapted for the screen given the … Continue reading Ender’s Game (2013) Review