There’s a certain magic when it comes to horror films; a part of us wants to close our eyes while the other half definitely needs to keep peeking at the horrors onscreen. There’s a select group of films that changed the way future filmmakers tackled the genre, and on this list, we’ll take a look at 16 most influential horror movies that changed the genre forever.
Martin Scorsese is one of the best American directors of all time that made many great movies during his long career. Long tracking shots, freeze frames, slow-motion, split-diopter shots, violence, crime, corruption, these are some of Martin Scorsese’s trademarks that he uses repeatedly in his movies.
Devoid of any humor, logic, or tension, Army of the Dead is a disaster on almost every level – from Snyder’s direction, tempo, story, script, paper-thin and unlikeable characters, mediocre acting, to Snyder’s laughable tricks like slow motions, and shitty blurry camera effects. On top of that, even action sequences aren’t that well-executed and the movie is boring as hell. Avoid at all costs.
While it isn’t as original or fresh as the first one, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is a surprisingly good and funny sequel.
Live and Let Die, the eighth film in the series produced by Eon Productions and the first one with Roger Moore as James Bond is, unfortunately, one of the franchise’s worst entries.
Netflix delivers a pleasant surprise for indie film lovers with Charlie Kaufman’s I’m Thinking of Ending Things. While the movie might be appealing to some, but also a little too overbearing for others, I’m Thinking of Ending Thing deviates from the standard Netflix formula and ends up being one of the most unique films we’ve seen on the platform so far.
Warner Bros finally released the first trailer for the upcoming James Gunn soft reboot of The Suicide Squad (2021).
Today we got the first trailer for George Clooney’s latest film, a sci-fi drama called The Midnight Sky based on the acclaimed novel Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton.
After bringing us a teaser trailer two weeks ago, Netflix finally released the first official trailer for David Fincher’s latest movie, called Mank which is already receiving an early Oscar buzz.