Masterpiece. Loved this. Great mix of disturbing horror, dark uncomfortable comedy, and almost a coming-of-age type spiritual awakening in the midst of all of it. Best visual representation of psychedelics I've seen in a film. Ari Aster is the real deal and certainly does his homework considering how detailed everything is when it comes to the occult nature of his work.
This crocodile thriller is well crafted and directed but perhaps a bit overhyped. From all of the positive reception I was expecting more from Crawl. It's nice to see a Sam Raimi and Alexandre Aja collaboration but by the end it all felt a bit cheesy and kind of SyFychannel-esque. You really have to stretch your imagination to believe that anyone could survive even a 15 second encounter with those massive alligators in close quarters. It's ridiculous how resilient Kaya Scodelario is to gators.
For some reason I thought she was Allison Williams the whole time.
I've been hearing hype about this one all year and it did not disappoint. I've seen Jim Cummings previous effort Minutes and although I really enjoyed that it did nothing to prepare me for how genuinely moving and special Thunder Road is. If the Oscar's had any sense at all Jim Cummings would win Best Actor easily, and I'd be willing to bet we won't see a performance as powerful and soulful as what we see here. From the…
This is like some ungodly abominational love-child between The Happening and A Quiet Place and I hated pretty much every godforsaken second of it. Honestly might rank among the dumbest and nonsensical films I've seen this year. Thinks and acts like it's some grand cosmic horror masterpiece but is anything but. I've even seen trailers for this on TV. I'd think if Netflix had any sense they would attempt to bury this as it's a major disappointment. I read…