“Sometimes dead is better.” Unless you’re back from the dead with a vengeance! Brace yourself for the spine-chilling, immensely terrifying 2019 adaptation of the best-selling novel Pet Sematary by the legendary Stephen King. 2019’s Pet Sematary delivers in ‘spades’–quite literally. You will feel the ominous sense of dread stay with you as you’re buried in a nightmare. This ‘plot’ is solid.
The high speed hype train begins to slow down. The highly anticipated followup to the horror masterpiece Get Out ultimately falls short of the bar set by its predecessor. Many of the film’s elements work exceptionally well; but unfortunately, the film is held back from its full potential by weak writing and average directing.
Beware of Greeks bearing gifts; or in the case of this movie, the director gifts us a movie that looks fantastic on the outside, but is a disaster on screen. There is a good science-fiction movie in there somewhere. But because of the poor direction, the movies plays off as completely disjointed, lacking any emotional connection to the characters.
Captain Marvel hits theatres nationwide this weekend! Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers is delightful! Unfortunately, as enjoyable and fun as the movie is, it suffers from flaws that can be traced back to the writing and directing. Definitely a recommended watch, just lower your expectations a little.
Return to Bricksburg where everything is no longer awesome. Picking up where the first LEGO Movie left us, and jump right back into the action as the invaders from planet Duplo threaten the very existence of Bricksburg and its inhabitants. For the full review, visit the InSession Film website for the podcast and written review! And if you don’t do so, follow InSession Film on Twitter and subscribe with your podcast service.