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  • The Day of the Triffids

    The Day of the Triffids


    There are some ideas in this film which are horrifying. The concepts that a large portion of earth could be blinded by a meteor shower and of alien carniverous plants certainly are unnerving and a solid basis for a horror story.

    Despite this being a 60's horror movie, I found it to be quite humorous. I am also certain that this was unintentional by the filmmakers. For example, I could not help but laugh at the first plant attack and…

  • Child's Play

    Child's Play


    To be honest, I avoided Child's Play for far too long as I thought it would be hokey. It wasn't and it was a good horror movie.

    I do think it owes a lot to The Twilight Zone episode Living Doll especially the basic premise of a killer doll.

    One thing I like is that the size of Chucky gave it the ability to sneak around better and allow different attack angels.

    The basic premise is that a children's doll…

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  • 1917



    Whew! This is a cinematic achievement. It is not just a film but also a harrowing experience.

    The camera work and cinemaphotography are a major part of this film. You feel like you are right there. The long shots without edit in this movie are super impressive.

    It is not an easy film as it shows the brutality of WW I. It is intense and your blood pressure will change more than once.

    This film should be seen on a big screen. The sound and soundtrack enhance this experience.

    Brutal, sad, honest, and an experience you will not soon forget.

    Peace, it really is worth it.

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


    No spoilers or plot details here. Chalk me up as one of the people who enjoyed this film.
    I am reacting on feelings here and I felt happy with this and I was smiling at the end.
    I have no idea if this is how the arc was originally intended or not. Certainly neither of the two earlier films in this trilogy could be ignored. Yet, I feel an honest effort was made to please old school Star Wars fans…