The Curse Of La Llorona

The most horrifying installment of the Conjuring Universe, oh sorry, my bad, the most horrible one. Chaves is, I wish I could say, a good adapter. Since, he adapts most of the scenes from the genre itself. The originality objective is left unchecked and the director, Michael Chaves takes the blame for it. The franchise…

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Brightburn

It burns, it literally, does, at least they have got that part right, this question reaping tale gets a questionable look. Yarovesky is a practical filmmaker. His methods might fabricate the commercial cinema with a character driven approach but he actually craves for cheap shots. And I wish I could say that with it comes…

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Us

Cut Out The Middle Man. Peele is a good filmmaker. Even better in direction that he is at writing. For instance, I could see that there is barely anything on paper to make it run for an hour let alone two. But with sharp and clear of vision of creating a nail biting scene, he…

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Grans (Border)

A Love Triangle. Abbasi asks for a lot; fortunately “please” is not one of it. He gives a lot too. But then what he gives can be too much for sensitive ones. It’s just not everyone’s cup of tea. Poignancy will have a new definition at the end of it as innocence gets peeled blatantly…

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The Nun

Vow To No More Wow. Hardy’s drama is, yes, scary, but also comes with a ton of baggage that cannot be negotiated. This is what I have loved and flinched about this franchise, it dares constraint the all mighty power- “God Ends Here” it whispers- but fumbles to prove it. This mixed feeling is what’s…

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Annabelle

The Weakest Link. Leonetti’s investment to this infamous series weighs it down like an anchor, as the thrills comes in cheap and tears negatively aplenty. The elements that usually such genre dwells upon are spooky enough to lure you in, but the execution is daft with pretentious artsy camera work that rots the somewhat established…

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Velvet Buzzsaw

So Much Buzzing And No Gossip To Follow. Gilroy has a daunting task to play, his decision to make majority of people love art by adding an horrifying ingredient into it fails on all levels. Did he stand a chance? Maybe. There was a promising concept and cast in his hands. But, he just wasn’t…

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