Movies Posts Tagged as 'Scary'
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Before I Fall (2017)
I got it and I agree. 05-Sep-2018
It affirms its origin and endears us with embellishments. It debates life assumptions and Casper is illuminated with a thoughtful backstory. It's magic with gumption. 27-Aug-2018
A future world where men control the financial and the empowering facets of every woman. She's a mother to a gifted daughter, too old and unattached to succeed financially and whose choices for betterment are minimal. The scares arise from her choices but her heart makes it logical. 23-Aug-2018
The family is that much creepier because we recognize them. 13-Aug-2018
Moderate presentation of big ideas.
(There are fun moments.) 31-Jul-2018
Sinner, The (2017)
It terrifies with the psychology that no matter how virtuous the effort, parents can't take pride in giving life if they can't provide a way for the distressed to enjoy it.
Jessica Biel may be putting up walls but they're decorative. She has the same light that burned Farah's wings on.
I couldn't put the book down. 07-Jul-2018
Take Me To The River (2015)
Hillbilly family reunion corrodes when mindless gay teen usurps flamboyance against parental repression. Combustion arises from a "me too" moment wherein the offended family ascribe scaring the "California" out of the teen. It's courageously choreographed and uniquely categorized but when the balloon pops it fizzles. The sexual indiscretion that drives the suspense has no explanation, resolution or respect. Chicken fighting has been ruined. 21-Jun-2018
Collector, The (2009)
Schooling for psychopaths on how to execute an ugly death. It's bloody torture. 20-Jun-2018
It runs on low mileage but the director is test driving, Anna Hutchison can steer and some of the bloodless scares pop. 19-Jun-2018
Dark Country (2009)
Jane seeps the film with throwback adoration but switching the personality of its genre manages to give it a simulated appearance. When the direction veers towards Hitchcockian horror and suspense it succeeds. When he yanks natural acting dexterity from all performers its enlivening. 12-Jun-2018
Last House On The Left, The (2009)
This is a movie you catch by accident. The brutality it depicts unhinges, the revenge it serves is sweet and the lesson about how life triggers the worst in the best people is loud. 20-May-2018
Better Watch Out (2016)
The idea is terrifying because the reality is. The film tests you and deplores you but you keep hanging on. We want to feel that the torture endured will dignify an ending release. The balls hang low. 30-Apr-2018
Aronofsky levitates us with no comfortable place to rest. The pool of talent is brave and its fun to see Pfeiffer get in touch with her Catwoman.
A woman's power is as good as a man deems it because the things that give her strength are the things he allows. Man is the creator of everything in life as woman is the one who bears it. He allows her to have his children, he allows her to serve him to make him happy, he allows her to put him above everything because if she refuses he'll replace her. The drop-ins are his fanbase/followers that solidify his stance. 22-Apr-2018
Ones Below, The (2015)
Two expectant mothers battle it out in a climate that splits on how to raise a child. They judge each other shamelessly just like in society. 12-Mar-2018
Eden Lake (2008)
The players dispense too much talent for a futile and agonizing exercise in survival. 06-Feb-2018