The Town That Dreaded Sundown is not a straight remake of the 1976 film with the same name, which was based on true events. It's more of a meta sequel of sorts, and takes place in a world where that 70's movie is screened in Arkansas every year, but someone decides to take up the murders again in a copycat style. And it's not half bad at all!
In the fall and winter of 2013, yet another killer dresses up…
My sister saw this in theatres and insisted I watch it with her, so I finally did. It's a Norwegian film about adventurer Thor Heyerdal, who so insisted that Peruvians traveled to Polynesia by rafts that he constructed one himself in the 40's, with no modern tools, and set out to drift across 4,300 miles of the Pacific Ocean, hopefully landing where he intended.
The first thing that struck me is how beautiful the film is, Scandinavian films tend to…
I don't think superhero films should be comedies, history has proven that they work so much better as thrillers. And that's why Captain America: The Winter Soldier is my favourite Marvel film to date, possibly even more so than The Avengers.
When someone threatens to cause major damage to S.H.I.E.L.D., Captain America has to rethink everything he knows - already trying to adapt to the 21st century, he's making new friends and meeting old ones, thinking of partners lost and…