“You’ll never look at birds the same way again.” Not only is “The Birds” one of the most famous films in cinematic history, it sowed the birdseed for all the “when nature attacks” movies to follow including “Jaws” and “Jurassic Park.” With the question of why did the birds attack never being answered, it leaves the events of this movie lingering in our minds as a possible reality.
With the highly anticipated The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance releasing on August 30th, I want to revisit the cult classic that is still equal parts beautiful and terrifying to this day. Jim Henson was an incredible genius who truly knew how to combine form with function to create a fantastical masterpiece!
A delightfully disturbing and thought-provoking “Carrie” meets “Misery” horror movie. Octavia Spencer delivers a terrifying performance; however, the movie is hampered by other one-dimensional characters. In short, the reason to watch this movie is for the outstanding performance by Spencer and the commentary on high school bullying and teen sexual assault.
Well, it’s better than BoRhap, but I should’ve rocketed passed this one. Before you throw tomatoes at me, let me start out by stating that I do not care for ‘rock n roll fever dream musicals.’ For fans of Elton John’s music or simply the modern approach to the movie musical, then this will certainly be one to catch in the cinema on the big screen.
Instead of going to the cinema to watch Brightburn, I decided to watch and review “Room for Rent” and “2001 Maniacs.” In short, I highly recommend both of these movies as they were so much fun to watch and feature some noteworthy performances from Lin Shaye and Robert Englund.