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Halloween Kills is a mixed bag.
Michael Myers is the most inhuman and frightening he has been since the original Halloween. He also has that same curiosity he had in the first film. He's ike a child who pulls the wings off of flies just to see what will happen. The kills are visceral and creative. The visuals are great. It was amazing to see the Myers house again in this film. There is a flashback to the original movie…
There are scenes in this series that will haunt you. That seems appropriate since the theme of this series is trauma. When something truly horrible happens it stains everything: people, houses, and everyone close to them.
If you're familiar with the Ju-On films then you know that time exists differently in this house. Though this is not the same house. This series retcons the previous films. They're merely movies in this universe and this series claims to be the origin…
Terror Train is a fairly standard slasher elevated by the performance of Jamie Lee Curtis. Her appearance in this film gives it a cachet that it wouldn't otherwise have. Most of the characters in this thing are awful and you'll be happy to see them killed off. The kills themselves are not particularly inventive but it is fun to see the killer hide in plain sight as they take on the costumes of their victims. There are a few interesting…
Very disturbing and difficult to watch. Sort of a study in domestic violence and abusive, controlling relationships. It's filmed beautifully, the acting is great and it's well-paced. In fact, it feels almost too real at times and makes you feel dirty for watching it.
This isn't the kind of film you watch to enjoy and I doubt it's one I'll ever rewatch, but I'm sure Hounds of Love will stick with me for some time.
Recommendation: Rent it. Be sure to follow it up with some cute cat videos.
Judging by the poster, you'd expect low-budget sleaze and it certainly has that. There is an egg-sucking scene that will stick with you and plenty of nude ladies to ogle if that's your bag. What makes Angel great is the lovable cast of characters. The performances are good and there is some great dialogue. This is a movie that gives you a little bit of everything: coming-of-age drama, sitcom-style comedy, gratuitous nudity, serial killer horror, and thrilling action. You'll laugh,…