Ever hear the expression 'behind every great Invisible Man is a great Visible Woman'?
Even after seeing The Irishman twice, I couldn't shake that nagging feeling - is it me? Am I missing something? It has to be me, right?
Then I go back to Goodfellas and the feeling just goes away, straight out the window. It's just such an unmistakable masterpiece, this film.
Riding the line between the decadent appeal of the gangster life and the cruel, ruthless reality of a world where everybody's a greedy, selfish jerk and you can get killed…
A carefully crafted and rather brilliant homage to a horror classic that both refines and builds upon what came before.
It's a direct continuation of the original film that nails the tone and atmosphere perfectly, offering a mix of deliberate callbacks and fresh new ideas.
Jamie Lee Curtis makes a spectacular return as Laurie Strode, a woman who's both much tougher and considerably more vulnerable than before.
Michael Myers has an incredibly unnerving presence. He may not make you jump…