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01 Jul 2021 23:58:25
A Quiet Place Part II

Just as great as the first film. It started off with flashback, then continued straight from where the first movie left off. The story is simple, not much plot twists, and the suspense is just as good as the first. Maybe the element of surprise is not as much, but it's ok for me since it's a sequel. You already knew a few things from the first film. I love the ending so much.

This is grade A stuff!




16 Jun 2021 15:52:31
Trust me guys. don't waste your time watching Infinite. It is just silly to the highest level. I couldn't finish it. I am surprised that it is directed by Antoine Fuqua, because I enjoyed most of his films.




12 Jun 2021 05:54:46
Bone Tomahawk.

Its not a recent film, but interested to watch it after watching Dragged Across Concrete (same director). It's a western film. A horror western film to be precise (mind you, it is not supernatural horror).

The pace is slow, similar to Dragged Across Concrete. It might be painful for some, but not for me. I love it. Some epic funny scenes as well (I love the scene when the old guy reacted to one of the other character said "smart men don't get married"). Kurt Russell as a sheriff, and his deputy (the old guy I mentioned earlier) are two of my favourite characters in this film.

The last 30 minutes or so of the film is totally brutal and violent.

(sorry for the *SPOILER*)Some of the characters died , but the film ended satisfyingly. This is a truly five-star film.

I've watched three films from this same director. Each of them was truly awesome. I'm looking forward for his next, definitely.


1.) 13 Jun 2021 17:07:12
Brutal film but really enjoyable!

2.) 15 Jun 2021 08:21:25
I watched these again recently- the other one is Brawl in cell block 99. Really enjoyable - the scene in the cave is brutal.



10 Jun 2021 03:11:22
I am quite disappointed with the third Conjuring film. Some really good scary scenes, some good violence too, but it felt off and something missing compared to the previous two. Perhaps one of the reason is the story. The first two were about ghosts. This time its about witchcraft. I am not a fan of films with witches and curses.


1.) 13 Jun 2021 17:09:33
Watched last night and really disappointed. They deserve some credit for trying to move away from the usual haunted house storyline. But that’s where the praise ends. Boring, over reliance on jump scares, predictable. Series needs a shakeup.



05 Jun 2021 07:31:38
I enjoyed most of Saw movies. And I enjoyed Spiral too. Chris Rock is quite awesome in it. I hate the jump forwards and backwards and flashbacks though. But still, I really like this film.


1.) 05 Jun 2021 17:00:08
Struggling for a good horror these days. The Saw films have their place but if you’ve seen one you’ve basically seen them all. For me anyway.

Watched Run last night and that was pretty decent. Very Misery-esque.

Also The Dark and The Wicked is worth a look. Nasty possession film in the same vain as the first Conjuring or Sinister




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15 Jul 2021 13:54:11
Yeah. It is really good. I love the tone, the story, the action, and I really like the characters too; Pugh was awesome, Harbour was quite funny. And what's good about it, I think, is the fact that it's not completely an origin story. Thumbs up!




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11 Jun 2021 07:02:57
I have no idea why. Haha


{Ed001's Note - oh well I guess we have all seen films that we wonder afterwards why did we even bother.}



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11 Jun 2021 05:01:35
Haven't, and I'm not going to.




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11 Jun 2021 04:58:45
Yeah he was in the 2016 remake.


{Ed001's Note - and you watched it? Why would you? The first was bad enough.}



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10 Jun 2021 03:07:15
Oh, and Morgan Freeman. How can I forget about this guy. And now I remember suddenly him in Ben-Hur; mediocre film and hideous hair cut.


{Ed001's Note - I love Morgan Freeman's voice.}




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