Very enjoyable goofy horror with some great practical effects and dark humour. Main theme is a bop too
As cinema’s scramble to find films to release, amongst a host of random kids movies emerges independent British horror Saint Maud. Gaining traction through the festival circuit, the directorial debut from Rose Glass was snapped up by StudioCanal to release in the U.K., initially slated for May. Now finally released, Saint Maud has proved yet again how there’s always something to look forward on the independent circuit as this psychological/possession film truly delivers.
Following a recently converted Christian and new…
Not as bad as Dumbo but it’s the same drivel as the rest of the live action Disney films. Fairly uninspired and not transferring nearly as well from animation to real life. Boring characters and missed opportunity to improve on some of the outdated parts of the story. An uncharismatic villain, you know the script with these things by now, see ya for Lion King.