The Void review; Cosmic fear

The Void is a crazy horror-house steeped in the overarching horrors of the supernatural unknowns, paying homage to the pastiche of practical effects in horror. I haven’t seen many old horror films but many have pointed out how it’s very much old-school in style so ardent horror fans, this one might interest you. But it…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 1

HEY GUYS!! Haven’t seen ya’ll in ages phew. I just checked my last post…23 days ago.Damn. I missed ya’ll and your posts and I’ll get right to them as soon as I can. This holiday was really awesome. And I already miss it! Coming from a place with little to no history, it was an…

Nocturnal Animals trailer

It’s now 1AM over here; How apt 😉 But I hope I don’t become a nocturnal animal like these crazies in the trailer. There is some intense shi* cooking up here that I’m so excited for. Nocturnal Animals has been on my radar ever since the start of 2016. But judging from the trailer alone,it…

Don’t Breathe; A play on your senses

Don’t Breathe is the exact kind of film that horror fans will love. But it’s not horror. And it’s the kind of film that folks who just want a good time would enjoy as well. With a stunning soundtrack completely composed with household objects, this contained drama is as original horror house as you’re gonna…

Blindspot #3 review; L.A. Confidential

Great noir films begin with a feeling that something,somewhere in the vastness of this world that we inhabit,is spinning in ways too fast for us to grasp. Chinatown exemplifies this to the fullest;We see personal tragedy as a consequence of a futility in justice. Taxi Driver is a haunting look at ‘God’s lonely man’ who…

300 followers and giveaway!

What’s up guys 🙂   That’s what’s up. To show ya’ll my gratitude, I’m giving away an Amazon giftcard worth $25, links found at the end of this post 🙂 It’s hard to describe how I’m feeling right now, but I found the perfect gif. I can’t jump on clouds, even if I could, I…

Oscars Thoughts: What A Night

Michael Keaton is indeed Birdman personified. Just like his alter-ego superhuman id in Birdman, Michael Keaton’s riding a resurgence wave. He’s now been in two consecutive best pictures, Birdman and Spotlight, so who really is going to doubt his come-back story. I’m looking forward to seeing him in his future roles! He’s da comeback king!…

Oscars 2016 Predictions

The Oscars are upon us once again. I know I know, yeah it’s a pretentious self-glorifying show about putting on a show in shows. It’s a showy, shallowy need to re-affirm how important and great the people in the industry are. To dampen it’s validity even more, #OscarsSoWhite hangs like a dark cloud over the…

Best Animated Films of 2015; My Picks

Sad that the Bear Awards is coming to a close? Me too. So that’s why I decided to end this with the most cheerful little chirpy category of them all. BEST ANIMATTTED FILM! WOOHOOO *like Mr.Muscle in The Regular Show* Err…okay…so anyways Best animated film, believe it or not, was the toughest category to pick…

Best Adapted and Original Screenplays of 2015; My Picks

I’ve finished giving my verdict on most of the other awards i.e Acting, Director and Cinematography in the lead up to Oscar Night. There’s still a little more till I conclude my Bear Awards for 2015 and I hope you’ve had as much fun as I have doing this. It seems like the Bear Awards…

Deadpool review; Break the fourth wall

If Batman is the hero that we need but not the one we deserve, then Deadpool’s certainly the hero we don’t need but the one that we all want to enjoy. Wait that came out a little wrong. But whatever, Deadpool’s all about awkwardly hilarious moments. For a long time, Marvel has skirted along the…