In 2017, Jordan Peele’s debut horror film Get Out had horror fans debating for months: some considered it […]
It’s a documentary about a real-life exorcism, it stars Father Amorth – widely known as the greatest exorcist to have ever lived – it’s directed by William Friedkin (The Exorcist, 1973) and it’s on Netflix now!
Pyewacket is an American horror movie written and directed by Adam MacDonald, an actor turned into filmmaker who I have a strong respect for.
Once upon a time, M. Night Shyamalan was the most promising director in Hollywood, not just a meme to make fun of.
Mostly, said reputation came from a masterpiece that blew everybody’s mind in the late 90s: The Sixth Sense.
On one hand, I’m glad to conclude this six-month long series with a truly great film; on the other, though, reviewing one of my all-time favourite movies is a challenge that both stimulate and scare me.
The Sixth Sense tells the story of a broken children psychologist – Malcolm Crowe, played by Bruce Willis – who tries to help grade schooler Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment, nominated at the Awards for his supporting cast role) to overcome what appears to be some serious psychotic issue.
Before “post horror” became a thing (is it really?), M. Night created a universe that gains credibility and strength from its combination of horror, drama, thriller and mystery. The balance between these sub-genres, perfectly blended together, makes for a unique viewing experience that has no precedes.