Halloween (2018) is the one true sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic of the same name. I was never a huge fan of the original Halloween and while there’s no disputing the huge impact it has had on the horror genre and pop culture as a whole, I personally find the film too slow and the final scenes rather anticlimactic. That’s why I am extremely pleased to say that not only is David Gordon Green’s Halloween one of the best films of the year, but it tops the original film in my humble opinion.
Unfortunately this film is as bad as the trailers made it to look but hey... at least KJ Apa seems to be taking acting lessons.
The film is extremely dull, the dialogue is awful and don’t get me started on the cringey slow motion shots that they used throughout.
It’s not all bad news though, Russell Hornsby is fantastic (especially during the tremendous opening scene) as the father and Anthony Mackie shines in the few scenes he’s in but no…
Venom is the latest superhero movie to hit our screens this year and its the first entry into Sony’s Spider-Man-less Spider-Man Cinematic Universe (or whatever they’re going to call it). When Sony announced a Venom spin-off movie a few years back, I was one of the few people who were actually excited about it. I have always been fascinated by the multi-layered and complex character of Eddie Brock/Venom and I have always wanted to see this character done justice on…