With strong winds and rain battering a lot of England, it for me thinking about movies set during stormy conditions. So I pose that question to you all. Which movies set during storms are your favourites? And yes this is officially my comeback to blogging. Please bear with me as I catch up with everyone.
Due to the fact that my next few reviews will be of Knives Out and Clue, plus maybe some more films of the genre, I decided to ask about the topic of murder mysteries. Any fans out there? This can be in literature television or movies. I know it’s a popular genre, so enlighten me with your thoughts.
I’ve noticed in the latter half of the year, a lot of prestige movies are released. So I’m interested in what future movies are you looking forward to?
As Halloween is approaching and horror/thriller movies are a favourite genre, here’s what you’ll see reviewed around here. The films will be either horror, thriller or have a certain level of creepy atmosphere to them. It won’t all be horror, but that will feature heavily. I may not see all of them before Halloween but I’ll definitely watch them all and review them.
It’s been a while since my last post of this nature and I wanted to resurrect it again. So I’m now asking which performance by the excellent Keira Knightley performance? With her maturity, splendidly high cheekbones and well spoken voice, Knightley has been on our screens for what feels like forever. And she’s still really young and clearly has decades worth of performances to give. Often seen as a period drama queen, I believe Keira Knightley can easily be wonderful in contemporary fare. I mean she’s sensational in period dramas but I believe it can cloud the rest of her catalogue. So which performance by this lovely actress is your favourite?
What is it about the subject of crimes that lends itself so well to cinema? Whatever it is, it certainly makes its mark when it hits the spot. I’m a big lover of the crime movie genre as it’s produced some classics. But which movies of the genre are your favourites?
You all know the kinds of directors I mean. The ones whose output is regularly under a critical eye of reviewers and public and provoke wildly different reactions with each person. But which directors who fit into this category are your favourites? Lately, the output of Yorgos Lanthimos has really captured my attention. But who is it for you?
As I’m reviewing mainly horror this month, here’s what I will cover;
- The Shallows
- The Company of Wolves
- Bram Stoker’s Dracula
- Prom Night
- Pet Semetary
- Demon Seed
- When a Stranger Calls
- The Babadook
- The Faculty
- Wind Chill
- Lake Placid
- The Believers
- Don’t Breathe
What does everyone think of what I’ll be covering?
As a movie reviewer, I try to be as varied as possible in what I write about. And I do so love your input and support. So I wanted to ask which genres of film do you think I should write about more? I’m all ears for suggestions.