Danny Deller

Danny Deller

Another one of those writers who enjoys dissecting your favourite movies. Featured Writer for ThePeoplesMovies. Find me on Twitter!

Favorite films

  • Get Out
  • Drive
  • Rocky II
  • Scarface

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  • The Owners

    ★★★½

  • Butchers

    ★★

  • Sator

    ★★★½

  • Willy's Wonderland

    ★★

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  • The Owners

    The Owners

    ★★★½

    “Who knew Arya Stark vs The Seventh Doctor was the generational war we needed”

    The Owners offers a fresh twist on the home invasion genre which combines a variety of great performances by its young cast members featuring the likes of Maisie Williams (Game of thrones) and some even more stellar performances given by its villainous elderly couple; Mr and Mrs Huggins, played meticulously by Sylvester McCoy (The Seventh Doctor) and Rita Tushingham, which accumulates into an intense game of…

  • Butchers

    Butchers

    ★★

    Simon Phillips puts in a career best performance in an otherwise dull chainsaw massacre rip off’

    Every so often horror is treated to a movie that tries its best to encapsulate the excitement and thrill of the classics that made the genre so great, a plethora of movies that debuted during a time when the slasher was an original spin on a genre dominated by ghosts and ghouls and campy teens were butchered by the dozen in grotesque and unique…

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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    ★★★½

    Leigh Whannell breathes new life into an iconic horror franchise


    Sometimes the scariest things in life are the things that we cannot see. This rings true for Director Leigh Whannell’s “Invisible man”. Elizabeth Moss stars as our leading lady Cecilia, a recovering abuse victim reeling from the news that her abusive husband has killed himself after she left him. 

    For the majority of the film, Whannell never introduces Cecilia’s ‘horrific’ husband other than a brief moment at the start when…

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems

    ★★★★

    Hot Take


    Is “Uncut Gems” just another Adam Sandler movie? Short answer? NO! This is Sandler at  peak performance. Gone are the days of the goofy “Waterboy” or the man child “Billie Maddison”. Sandler Presents audiences with a level of maturity that we just weren’t ready for.  This time around Sandler teams up with the hilarious Safdie brothers, who were still hot on their heels after their indie hit “Good Time”, and surprised us all when they turned in a…