Saw X breaks the mold of the franchise and gives us a more dramatic and humanizing look into the world of John Kramer—the traps are as fun as ever, the gore is great, and you won’t see the twist coming.
Halloween Kills was everything I wanted it to be and more—it continues Michael’s night of terror from Halloween 2018 while adding new depth and shocking insight into the original 1978 Halloween. It is without a doubt the most violent and brutal film in the franchise to date—the kills are spectacularly gory. And as usual, the soundtrack is absolute perfection. I’m seriously so blown away right now, I could barely write a review. Holy shit.
Watching Halloween 2018 and…
“The summer I got breasts, that was the same summer I fought vampires.” — I knew Black as Night would be trash as soon as that line came out less than 5 minutes in. Yikes.
•Some scenes too dark
•Keith David was severely underutilized.
So after watching Bingo Hell, The Manor, and Black as Night, I think it’s safe to say that Amazon Prime/Blumhouse’s movies for October this year sucked—they’re cheaply made, bland, uneventful, and not worth your time.