Mystery

Antlers

This supernatural horror film becomes scarier and deeper than you’d expect. The more “Antlers” got delayed, the less anticipated I became. Like most movies, it was supposed to come out last year, but it got delayed, because of the outbreak,… Read More ›

Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright’s electrifying vision of spirits, 60s music, evil, and mystery. Edgar Wright’s latest entry “Last Night in Soho” plays like a darker version of Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” from a decade ago. Except, the story is set in… Read More ›

Lamb

A strange movie that will leave ewe curious and stunned at the same time. I wasn’t exactly sure how the set-up of “Lamb” was gonna go down. The trailers made it look like childless parents finally having a child with… Read More ›

Mayday

A war you can’t win. The initials for the title “Mayday” are repeated as “Mary,” “Alpha,” “Yankee,” “Delta,” “Alpha,” and “Yankee.” And they’re echoed until we see the person speaking those words on the radio. “Mayday” is a drama fantasy… Read More ›

Midnight Mass

Mike Flanagan’s Netflix series has its angels and demons. Mike Flanagan is known for directing such horror films as “Oculus” and “Doctor Strange,” and shows like “The Haunting of Hill House.” Now, he has a new show on Netflix,” which… Read More ›

Malignant

James Wan’s latest horror entry scares you without the jumps. As you begin to watch James Wan’s “Malignant,” you start to think it’s going to rip off “Poltergeist” with a TV static, “Rosemary’s Baby” when the main heroine has miscarriages,”… Read More ›

Reminiscence

Hugh Jackman and the visuals are memorable, while the story is forgettable. I was dazzled by the art direction of “Reminiscence,” because it shows us a dystopian future when a war has happened and the streets of Miami are flooded…. Read More ›

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 ›

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