Fasten your seatbelts, because Gareth Evans has produced a deeply disturbing mixture of horror genres in Apostle (2018). This year could be easily referred to as a tiny renaissance of cult-themed horrors. Almost all of the most rewarding horror screenings … Continue reading Apostle (2018) Review
Do you remember Zach Galifianakis’ weird interviews with Hollywood celebrities? Ever though it would be a great movie? No? You’re not alone, but here we are – with the film produced by Netflix. Some jokes go pretty far. Tom Six, … Continue reading Between Two Ferns: The Movie – A Film We Didn’t Know We Needed
Joe Berlinger’s “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” is a bit confusing in its early stage, but gets significantly better over time. When its final sequences arrive, the film reverberates with a dreadful impact long after the credits roll. A … Continue reading Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019) Review
The groundbreaking anthology series of animated shorts, produced by David Fincher and Tim Miller, is a collection of true gems. Here’s the ranking of all shorts in Love, Death & Robots (2019-). Netflix knows how to organise your weekend. My … Continue reading Ranking all episodes of Love, Death & Robots (2019-)
Nick Kroll’s Animated series “Big Mouth” offers a brilliant look at the kitschiness of the Lover’s Day in its special episode “Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine”. There are people, who find the ubiquitous presence of red and pink, along with … Continue reading Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine (2019) Will Save Your February Nightmare
Let’s face it, “Bird Box” is not a good film. But its hype is worth diving into. I’ve watched “Bird Box” around the New Year’s Eve and honestly – if not for the whole #BirdBoxChallenge thing, I would have already … Continue reading Are You Wondering What Is The Bird Box (2018) Hype All About?
As far as horror comedy goes, “The Mansion” is one that’s lampooning every genre cliche possible. However, while doing so, it implements such a heavy kind of humor that the screening quickly turns into a bore.
The British actor who is most remembered as Superman, will be playing the leading role in the tv series produced by Netflix.
In this very sparse drama by Raul Arevalo, the inevitability of whats coming next is what truly resonates in the film.
Romina (2018) by Diego Cohen is a true red herring of bad movies of 2018. Unusual, remarkable pile of crap. When I see that the director of a film is also its executive producer, writer and even composer (!), I … Continue reading Romina (2018) – The Netflix Worst Undertaking Yet