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  • The Nun

    The Nun

    ★★

    This film was hyped up majorly before and ruing its release, creepy trailers that made none horror fans poop their pants. It’s always exciting to see what they will add next to the Conjuring universe and I was really excited for this one. To say I was disappointed by this is an understatement, it didn’t feel like something that should have been associated with the Conjuring universe and honestly felt a little like it should have been straight I DVD,…

  • In Fabric

    In Fabric

    ★★★

    We follow the journey of a cursed dress as it is passed from person to person.

    In Fabric is absolutely the weirdest film I’ve seen in a long time. This film is beautiful, tragic, unexplainable, hilarious, with half decent talent and a great aesthetic. You really have to see it to believe how bizarre it really is. Weird AF, but does that make it good? Eh.

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  • Annabelle: Creation

    Annabelle: Creation

    ★★★

    A group of young orphans end up moving into an old farmhouse with a family who recently lost their daughter.

    I actually enjoyed this one more than the first Annabelle film, and I really didn’t expect that ... Its fairly tense, has some jump scares, decent characters and I mean it’s set in the universe we’re really beginning to come to know and love, it’s a pretty good instalment.

  • A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby

    A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby

    ★★★

    A Royal baby will soon be welcomed to Aldovia, first a truce needs to be signed, but when it turns out to be missing there’s a race against time to get it signed before midnight Christmas Eve. 

    I love these movies so much. Yes they are predictable and over done movies, but I still enjoy them and find myself tearing up. This movie is cheesy with a bit of ridiculous plot and I honestly wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. The sets are beautiful, Aldovia is the perfect place for Christmas and it’s just such a feel good film.