For me, sound is a vital reason why I enjoy horror movies. From John Carpenter's Halloween to present day movies such as It Follows and The Guest, sound can make or break a movie. Don't Breathe has a nice sound, but it's the lack of sound at times, that brings the house down.
Kids, don't break into houses. Nothing ever good comes from it. I thought the trailer gave too much of the plot away. I was dead wrong. It…
Studio: All right, Spike. What do you got for us?
Spike Lee: Ok so let's do an Oldboy remake!
Studio: Ok that's great and doesn't sound like a complete waste of time! So tell us some of the changes you'll be making.
Spike Lee: Ok so let's make Oh Dae Su's name Joe!
Studio: Sure! Why not?!
Spike Lee: Let's also make Oh Dae Su in this version basically Superman where he feels no pain from every stab or…
Someone please hold me
Don't Breathe does exactly what it sets out to do and that's to fucking terrify the audience, make you shit your pants, make you cry, and or make you crawl up into the fetal position. Chances are very high that you will experience at least one of those things if not more.
I cannot put into words how intense and brutal this movie is. The camerawork is brilliant. The way the this movie is filmed adds…
BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA
Today I was in Savemart in Lancaster which is where I buy herbal supplements to self-treat brain injury when I am unable to buy them online or at Giant or closer and there was some dude wearing a Black Flag shirt and I was all like 'Black Flag R Awesome' and dude was like 'Yeah, sure, uhhhhh' and grabbed his organic corn chips or whatever and hurried past me which honestly is rational if you think about…