"I respect those that tell me the truth, no matter how hard it is" - Micheal Corleone
A psychological drama which awkwardly blends horror and social racism.
Although it is intense, insightful, creepy and effective in generating suspense, It lacks coherence in story telling. It lacked the quality of strong backstory and concrete characters which didn't add much of a weight to the film than what they would have expected to.
The whole plot seemed unclear and confusing as they tried to mix up two storylines together to create something that may throw us off balance which…
A slow burn drama that brings about an unsettling vibe throughout the whole film sending off a strong message about class and gender.
It is a satisfying, well acted thriller that more or less lives up to its expectations.
The three main people in this film were not given any names but were described as nobody, CEO and his wife which was pretty metaphorical in the way these three people have led their lives so far.
It was a typical…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Saint Maud isn't one of the conventional, plain sailing horror films, it is much more than that. It is a new psychological horror that focuses on the effects of mental health left unchecked.
This film has restored my faith in this genre!
It is more than just a few jump scares. It is unsettling, eerie and most importantly original.
Director and writer, Rose Glass's first attempt at psychological horror is nothing short of spectacular.
This film is dark and thought…
Regina King's feature film directional debut "One Night in Miami is a superhit and you must be wondering the reason behind that. I want to answer that in a one liner "It is well organised, potent and poignant to the reality."
This film is no gravy train. From imagination to implementation, this film has ticked most of the boxes right. A fictionalised story set on the night of Feb 25, 1964 in Miami following four iconic black men meeting behind…