Category Archive: Mystery

*Throwback* The Thing

So, I think I’m giving this update to Purple Films a throwback with a cult classic, John Carpenters The Thing. You know I’ve been itching for a good horror lately and you can’t… Continue reading

The Commuter

  Hey faithful movie goers! How’s it been?? I know, I know I’m in and out of it lately but I’m back now. With a decent enough action thriller starring Liam Neeson (A… Continue reading

Suburbicon

So Suburbicon comes a little as a surprise. Starring Matt Damon (Saving Private Ryan, We Bought a Zoo, Oceans Thirteen) and Julianne Moore (Crazy, Stupid, Love., The Forgotten) Suburbicon throws audiences into a… Continue reading

Happy Death Day

  Just in time for horror movie season! I’m so excited to come back with a good one. And from the unlikeliest candidate might I add. Happy Death Day staring Jessica Rothe (La… Continue reading

A Cure for Wellness

Okay. Last week we had some interesting new releases one of them being A Cure for Wellness starring Dane DeHaan (Life After Beth, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kill Your Darlings), Mia Goth (Everest,… Continue reading

*Throwback* Psycho

I had a strong urge to do a Throwback because it seems like forever since I last did one. So this week we’re going back a way to take a look into one… Continue reading

Zootopia

This weekend Disney’s Pixar invites us to another fantastic world of their creation. Zootopia is the vast city where animals of all species big and small come together to live in a present… Continue reading

The Hateful 8

This weekend came the release of The Hateful 8 by Quentin Tarantino. Oh a lot of people were waiting for this one and why not? It’s Quentin Tarantino! We’re about to see something… Continue reading

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      The Academy skewed dark in its choice of live-action shorts this year, selecting four films to slit your wrists by — each one featuring child endangerment in a different form — and a fifth, about a diabetic on her death bed, that finds a glimmer of uplift at the other end of life. If that […]
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