Based on the Memoirs of Ron Stallworth, a retired black police officer who infiltrated the ranks of the Ku Klux Klan in the 70s the BlacKkKlansman is a fantastic look at how he did it as well as the people he worked with and who they met along the way.
One of my all time favourite double acts were brought back to life on the big screen with John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan and whilst I couldn’t go and see the film in the cinema I was very much looking forward to it when I could finally see it.
Which I did.
When I was young I had Unbreakable, a few years ago the world that was created in that film came back with Split and now the trilogy is completed with Glass.
As Unbreakable and then Split were two of my absolute favourite Shyamalan films I was dying to see how the story being told throughout them came together and ended to be honest. Should be a ride.
In a world much like our own one of the most infamous villains of our times is brought to life in the most terrifying way possible.
Joaquin Phoenix stars as the number one Batman villain in a new twist on the origins of the Joker as well as giving maybe one of the most important looks into today’s society we might have been given in a long while.
A real treat for our Halloween Season was getting to sit down to watch the new anime horror movie Violence Voyager.
Following the adventures of Bobby and Akkun this adventure is out on October 21st on a vast amount of streaming services including Amazon, DirecTV and Vimeo on Demand.
With the trend of Escape Rooms starting to spread it was only a matter of time before the horror genre jumped on board. With films like Saw in the past proving that this kind of film could work I was expecting something interesting from Escape Rooms.
Netflix released a new thriller that I just couldn’t seem to keep away from. It recommended to me every time I finished watching something, there were trailers all over the place with people in the comments saying that absolutely everything you needed to know was put in the trailer, so obviously I was dying to see this film.
What a cracker it was too.