I could literally write a book about this masterpiece of a film. Multiple viewings down and it gets stronger each time. Incredibly brilliant and, in my opinion, holds its own as one of the greatest horror films of all time.
First of all, this film has 100% less Frank Grillo than I have come to expect from my Purge franchise. That unfortunate fact aside, allow me to dive into reviewing the rest of the movie.
I’m sad to report that The First Purge is the weakest entry in the series thus far. It also feels incredibly small compared to its last two predecessors, although it tries terribly hard to look larger than it is.
The performances here are okay at…
George A. Romero's Day of the Dead was largely misunderstood when it was first released in 1985, and that's a real shame. In my opinion, this is Romero's masterpiece. Day is his tour de force.
Everything about this film is wonderful. Our main protagonist, Sarah (Lori Cardille), is a strong and intelligent character on par with the Alien franchise's Ripley. The supporting cast around her all turn in excellent performances as well, but the most notable one is definitely Joseph…