A big film buff.
As far as horror remakes go, this is to me one of the best.
The film follows a couple as they travel across country for a getaway. Things take a bad turn with they meet John Rider a mystery and unsettling figure, that has a few screws loose. He begins following and hunting them for unknown reasons. It becomes a cat and mouse game, a battle of wills if you will. They couple have to find a way to stop…
This was a film I'd always liked, but havent seen it in a number of years. It was surprisingly directed by Euguene Levy. Is a very funny and entertaining film.
The film looks at a couple of travellers who, all unwittingly become embroiled in a murder mystery, of the death of a wealthy old lady. They have never met each of before until now. They are connected by random circumstances.
It is up to inspector Bonnard (played by Giancarlo Giannini)…
A very solid thriller. I was surprised to see it was directed by Joel Schumacher, who is a man who can make pretty much anything.
The film follows the story of Mark Sway and 11 year old street smart kid, who along with his brother witnesses the suicide of a mob lawyer. Once it gets out he was there, a swanky big city lawyer Roy Foltrigg (played by Tommy Lee Jones) is determined to get Mark to tell the true…
This is my second viewing of this film, it still holds up and I love there is this unsettling feeling all the way through. Your not quite sure what's going to happen. Panos is a refleshing voice who has found his own style of film making, that is just captivating to watch. He crafts such a dark and violent world, but there is so much beauty to his movies, the atmosphere and camera work is just breathtaking, he knows how…