The only film I can think of that has Gun Fu, Knife Fu, Axe Fu, Book Fu, Dog Fu and Horse Fu.
"To 1966, the year One."
In the high rise buildings of the great city of New York a newlywed couple seem to find the ideal apartment in a very old and gothic complex. The woman, Rosemary, is a young, pale, pretty, gentle soul of a girl whose only dream is a simple life being a mother and giving wife to her husband. The man, Guy Woodhouse, is an actor, struggling and vain as all ambitious actors are, who is more…
'It Follows' is already surely to be my favorite horror film of the year. It is without a doubt one of the most unique horror films I've seen from the past fifteen years that unfortunately mostly consists of nothing but remakes, found footage films and possession stories. It immediately stands out from the crowd, and it does this with no 'fancy' CGI effects or excessive gore. It does this with nothing more than pure suspense, a surprisingly memorable score, impressive…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I first heard about this film from reading a review from legendary director William Friedkin, director of 'The Exorcist (1973)'. In his review he gave an overwhelming amount of praise for it and said it's simply one of the scariest films he'd ever seen. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite live up to the hype he laid before me.
Going into the theatre to watch the film, I was already preparing myself for pure spine-tingling horror. But sadly nothing at all scary…