We need to talk about Kevin is a psychological thriller, directed by Lyne Ramsay, and based on the 2003 novel of the same name, written by Lionel Shriver.
Content warning: this review might not be suitable to those sensitive to violent subjects.
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Untitled Horror Movie, released in 2021, is a horror-comedy movie set around 6 co-stars who are anxious about their show being canceled by the network. In response to this, they decided to make their own horror movie. While doing this, they unintentionally summon a demon which reeks havoc and has an affinity for violence.
Here is what I thought about this movie!
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The Saw franchise is one of my favourite horror movie franchises. I have always enjoyed it’s story-telling, and it’s unique spin on the usual serial killer trope.
I also enjoy the psychology involved in the Jigsaw killers motives for what they do.
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the latest entry in the series.
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The Hole, directed by Nick Hamm, is a British psychological horror movie released in April 2001.
The movie stars Thora Birch (American Beauty) in the leading role and was the first major role for Keira Knightley in a feature film.
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And that’s a wrap on Fear Street. It feels bitter sweet, but as far as endings go, it had a satisfying ending.
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