Mystery

Old

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest grows up way too fast. I caught M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller “Old” at a private screening with some of my new friends, and most of them were laughing and heckling at the screen. It was… Read More ›

No Sudden Move

Soderbergh’s latest gangster movie makes a hit on HBO Max. Director Steven Soderbergh ranks with very best filmmakers, because of his unique style of filmmaking, wise choice of ensemble casting, and professional writers, who know how to tell stories. “No… Read More ›

False Positive

Ilana Glazer glows, while the script has morning sickness. “False Positive” is probably the first movie I’ve seen to replicate “Rosemary’s Baby” since “The Devil Inside” back in 2014. Let me make a clear distinction here. “Rosemary’s Baby” is a… Read More ›

The Conjuring 1 & 2

To prepare you for #3, these reviews of the first two are from me. “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” the third chapter of the franchise, starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, premieres in theaters and on HBO… Read More ›

The Dry

Eric Bana quenches your thirst as a detective solving two murder cases in the past and present. As an Australian import, “The Dry” is a crime drama that quenches your thirst when its lead Eric Bana struggles to overcome the… Read More ›

Spiral

Not even Chris Rock can save this torture porn genre. Between 2004 and 2010, the “Saw” franchise has been a Halloween tradition with guilty people being tortured by a figure by the alias Jigsaw. In 2017, they made another one… Read More ›

The Water Man

David Oyelowo’s family feature is quite absorbing. David Oyelowo makes his feature directorial debut of “The Water Man,” which is an independent family film about fantasy and reality-a crucial combo for most delightful family features. The opening credits explain that… Read More ›

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