Intelligent, emotional, thrilling. Steve McQueen’s Widows is more than a thriller about a heist, it’s a stylish cinematic exercise full of social commentary on racial and social injustice within a city built upon political and business corruption. What would you do when you are thrust into a situation in which you are way over your head and unprepared? Widows is as entertaining as it is thoughtful.
If you’re searching for the most intense local haunt in Central Florida, then you need to head to Plant City to face the terror of Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail.
“Good evening, Clarice.” How many of you have never thought of fava beans and chianti in the same way since then? Quite literally inventing a new genre that combines elements of horror, suspense, and crime to create the crime thriller, “The Silence of the Lambs” remains the motion picture that typifies the genre. Essentially, “Silence” is an indie film that flew in under the radar but soon grew to be immensely popular and critically acclaimed. It is arguably a dark crime-thriller, but it is also very much a horror film.
Remarkably spellbinding! Searching takes the concept of “screen life” movies to impeccable levels. Chaganty seems to have taken a page right out of the Alfred Hitchcock playbook for suspenseful storytelling. This tension-filled voyeuristic crime drama is successfully created–not through viruses, the supernatural, dark web or illegal activities–but through the mundane things we do everyday.
Ch ch ch, ah ah ah. The sleepaway summer camp experience was forever changed in the summer of 1980 when a slasher slaughtered a bunch of horny teenagers along the shores of Crystal Lake.