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Very suspenseful, and full of good laughs, with nice bursts of action.
A very great and well done suspense thriller
Halloween, is directed by, David Gordon-Green and is produced by the legendary man himself, John Carpenter. John Carpenter co-wrote and directed the original 1978 classic, as well as composed and performed the film's score and soundtrack. He officially returns once again to the franchise, since the 1981 sequel (in which he also wrote, scored, and produced). He is the Executive Producer, and Music Composer for the film, along side his son. Halloween, takes place 40 years after the first film, and completely disregards and eliminates any of the sequels that have come out prior to the original's release. Including the Rob Zombie remakes. Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) is now an Agoraphobic woman, traumatized by the experiences that happened Halloween night 40 years ago. She sits and awaits the return of Michael Myers so she can officially kill him once and for all. Michael escapes from the prison similarly to his escape in the first one, but it's during his transporting from one facility to the other. Now, it's Halloween night and the kills commence. Now, I can officially say that this is one of the best Halloween remakes/sequels to be made in the entirety of the Halloween franchise, next to it's original 1981 sequel. This film has all of the very suspenseful and crafty tricks and scares that the original had. You can tell that, John Carpenter had a lot to do with this project and had his hands all over it. The cinematography was gorgeous, and the tone/atmosphere was also very great. This film had me engaged and genuinely loving it throughout. But, like all films this one isn't without it's flaws. That mainly goes to some of the choices and decisions characters make throughout the movie, one scene in particular towards the end with the psychiatrist. That scene took me out of the film for the time being, but was gladly put to an end shortly after coming up. Overall, this film was fun and thrilling! A Great horror experience!
Sounds like, Law Abiding Citizen
Requiem for a Dream is co-written and directed by, Darren Aronofsky (Pi) and this film is utterly fantastic. Filled with very intense and thrilling scenes that are emotionally and psychologically tormenting, this film understands the harsh reality of drug abuse. This film has great performances from all the cast members involved, and is truly a masterpiece of psychological cinema.