All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream.
Saltburn is DELICIOUSLY WICKED! Writer/Director Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) is back with her sophomore film and wow! I loved every second of this movie! Great directing and script, mixed with luscious cinematography, and locations. Saltburn is not to be missed. The cast here, Barry Keoghan, Richard E. Grant, Rosamund Pike, Jacob Elordi, and Carey Mulligan were all phenomenal here!
Josh and Dalton Lambert are back and must confront the consequences of The Further and put their demons to rest once and for all in Insidious: The Red Door!
First off, I actually really enjoyed this entry a lot. Sure this one is a little more mellow at times, but I really dug it. Patrick Wilson, both in front and now behind the camera did a very good job directing his first feature film.
I’ve seen a lot of reviews…
First and foremost, Mia Goth is a revelation. She’s so good here… like REALLY GOOD! This is a fantastic character study, and Mia Goth kills it… literally!
Pearl is a very different movie then it’s predecessor. It takes it’s time, weaving us through this twisted story. Don’t go in expecting the same levels of sex and gore of “X” and audiences should have a lot of fun.
This movie is captured beautifully in the time period of the early 1900’s…
A prequel, made 13 years after the original, with the same actress (Isabelle Fuhrman). This movie has no business being as good as it is! I’m honestly shocked. Knowing the twist of the first film, I wasn’t expecting much from First Kill.
Surprisingly, this prequel managed to win me over! Maybe not as intense as the first film, but it still has that high B-movie feeling that shines through!
Kudos to the filmmakers here, casting child body doubles to maintain…