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22 Sep 2021 23:52:37

When I first read about the latest horror movie from James Wan, my mind was thinking about Conjuring films, Insidious, and some other supernatural horrors he produced. That was my expectation before I watch Malignant; supernatural horror, possibly a haunted house, psychics investigating the events, and some other common themes in most horror films.

This is unlike any of those, and I'm saying this in a good way. Maybe it is more of monster movie. It is not really scary, but I really enjoyed it. A monster movie doesn't have to be too scary.

It's about a woman living together with an abusive husband, started having gruesome visions and seeing things. With the help of a pair of detectives and her sister, they uncovered the truth behind these visions.

I love the visuals, which have glimpses of the visual styles James Wan have in his previous films. There were a few fight scenes and a chase scene, and I love them both. It is quite gory, so there's a bit of Saw elements there. This film is somehow like James Wan is combining all the elements he had in his previous films, and combined them into one, and he did it well. Oh yeah, I am so in love with the soundtrack.

There was a twist, but somehow before the revelation, I was able to guess it already. Still, the revelation works really well, and though I was expecting it, it still did give me a bit of a surprise.

I think you guys should check this one out. I enjoyed it a lot. Two thumbs up.




07 Sep 2021 07:28:41
The Green Knight

Set in the medieval age, a knight took a challenge and by next Christmas, he has to travel to the Green Chapel to face The Green Knight to complete the challenge. He faces a few challenges along the way; some of them were quite a struggle for me to comprehend.

The dialogues, the narration, and its English were quite "poetic", but when it ended, I managed to understand fully what the story is all about. The ending is a perfect ending.

The visuals are splendid and gorgeous, and the film feels haunted throughout. It is a fantasy film, but this is a fantasy film unlike any others that I have watched before.

It is a masterpiece. I think I am going to watch this again. You guys should too.




01 Jul 2021 23:58:25
A Quiet Place Part II

Just as great as the first film. It started off with flashback, then continued straight from where the first movie left off. The story is simple, not much plot twists, and the suspense is just as good as the first. Maybe the element of surprise is not as much, but it's ok for me since it's a sequel. You already knew a few things from the first film. I love the ending so much.

This is grade A stuff!




16 Jun 2021 15:52:31
Trust me guys. don't waste your time watching Infinite. It is just silly to the highest level. I couldn't finish it. I am surprised that it is directed by Antoine Fuqua, because I enjoyed most of his films.




12 Jun 2021 05:54:46
Bone Tomahawk.

Its not a recent film, but interested to watch it after watching Dragged Across Concrete (same director). It's a western film. A horror western film to be precise (mind you, it is not supernatural horror).

The pace is slow, similar to Dragged Across Concrete. It might be painful for some, but not for me. I love it. Some epic funny scenes as well (I love the scene when the old guy reacted to one of the other character said "smart men don't get married"). Kurt Russell as a sheriff, and his deputy (the old guy I mentioned earlier) are two of my favourite characters in this film.

The last 30 minutes or so of the film is totally brutal and violent.

(sorry for the *SPOILER*)Some of the characters died , but the film ended satisfyingly. This is a truly five-star film.

I've watched three films from this same director. Each of them was truly awesome. I'm looking forward for his next, definitely.


1.) 13 Jun 2021 17:07:12
Brutal film but really enjoyable!

2.) 15 Jun 2021 08:21:25
I watched these again recently- the other one is Brawl in cell block 99. Really enjoyable - the scene in the cave is brutal.




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10 Aug 2021 12:53:04
Yeah it was fun. It was funny, violent, action-packed, great visuals, and filled with some heart-warming moments as well, about friends, family, and being a hero.

I read that WB gave complete freedom to Gunn in making this. You can easily feels that everyone involved in it are having so much fun.




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10 Aug 2021 04:40:26
It was just too much for me mate.




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05 Aug 2021 05:39:29
Avoid Fast 9. Ridiculous, stupid at the highest level. After safe, tank, plane, and a submarine, guess what it is in Fast 9? Space!!! Fast 10 and 11 will have aliens and zombies, I am sure.




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15 Jul 2021 13:54:11
Yeah. It is really good. I love the tone, the story, the action, and I really like the characters too; Pugh was awesome, Harbour was quite funny. And what's good about it, I think, is the fact that it's not completely an origin story. Thumbs up!




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11 Jun 2021 07:02:57
I have no idea why. Haha


{Ed001's Note - oh well I guess we have all seen films that we wonder afterwards why did we even bother.}




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