Sometimes remakes are better

*many spoilers* Pet Sematary (2019) Dir: Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer Everyone's really pissed about this remake. And under usual circumstances, I would be too. I'm normally a bit of a purist, and utterly detest remakes based on their sheer futility. Does the world even need 10 versions of "A star is born"? No-one knows the … Continue reading Sometimes remakes are better

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CAMPING; part two

The Ritual 2017 Dir: David Bruckner  Perhaps i'm a little biased, but Brits are definitely making the best horror movies at the minute. Maybe not the best ever, (after extensive scientific research I've concluded that Koreans make the best ever), but we are getting considerably better. More importantly directors have stopped using stupid british stereotypes and taking the … Continue reading CAMPING; part two

Camping 

The idea of a sequel pains me.  With the exception of The Godfather and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, I really don't have an overwhelming desire to watch a sequel. Ever. Look at what happened to Paranormal Activities. What started as an incredible film (a film, 1 film, singular), turned into a barrage of annoying … Continue reading Camping 

Lobster Claw

The Lobster (2015) Dir: Yorgos Lanthimos I've been banging on about this film for weeks because it's very rare I get REALLY excited about something, and basically force everyone around me to watch it like a woman possessed. "Have you seen it yet?" I hissed at my colleagues this morning. I could actually SEE their … Continue reading Lobster Claw