This is ultimately a letdown after seeing Garland’s genius Ex Machina, and I walked away knowing I wasn’t convinced by what took place in Annihilation.
There are a couple of blockbuster hits from my #10 to #1, and there are some smaller films that really challenged me as a critic.
This film is like getting a cheap Slushie from a nearby gas station. Once you arrive home after a 20-minute commute, what once looked presentable is melted and a big mess. Unlike cheap Slushies, however, The Snowman isn’t sweet at all.
I hardly heard of Sheridan roping in the likes of actors Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Going into this one blind was the biggest treat and added to this intense, captivating tale by Sheridan.
It Comes at Night will satisfy any horror advocate’s tastes.
This is one of those films where the trailer does it no justice. After plenty of my friends watched TV spots, they were left confused at what exactly The Girl on the Train‘s plot entailed. Luckily for audience members, this is one train ride that isn’t confusing and has you hooked from the start. Based …