A tremendous performance by McConaughey supported by a stellar ensemble highlighted by newcomer Tye Sheridan. A dramatic slow-burner that is continually intriguing and full of surprises. Easily one of McConaughey’s best.
Month: September 2015
1. True Romance 2. Crimson Tide 3. Black Hawk Down 4. Blade Runner 5. Gladiator Just Missed The Cut: American Gangster, Black Rain, Enemy At The Gate, Man On Fire, Unstoppable Need To See: Body Of Lies, The Duelists, The Martian, Robin Hood, Thelma & Louise Comedy Hi-Lites: Beverly Hills Cop II, The Last Boy …
“This book kicks ass. There’s this talking snake, and a naked chick, and then this dude puts a leaf on his schlong.” “Cool.”
When I was a kid, this was it. This was the movie that scared the shit out of me. And to this day, I still get a little apprehensive when I go to re-watch it. It ends up not having the same effect, but those past memories are ever present. I saw this movie when …
“It made me smile when Sandman came back to life.”
“There’s a killer loose, a killer loose!”
Based on the fake trailer with the same name which played before Grindhouse for the Canadian theatrical run. Over the top violence, creative death sequences (love the nooses with the crossbows), and thoroughly coated with cheese. Rutger Hauer is perfectly cast. Terrific fun.
1. L.A. Confidential 2. Sting, The 3. To Kill A Mockingbird 4. Double Indemnity 5. Amadeus Just Missed The Cut: Braveheart, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket, Taxi Driver, Toy Story Need To See: All About Eve, The Bicycle Thief, For A Few Dollars More, Rashomon, Requiem For A Dream Comedy Hi-Lites: Eternal Sunshine Of …
“She was great, she was beautiful.” “Yeah, I liked it. She made me want to go out and buy rubbers right now.”
Fantastic and often cringe-inducing gore. Inventive death sequences. One of the better horror films, and horror villains to come around in a long while. A must-see for slasher fans. A real treat.