Absolutely incredible movie that knows how absurd the premise is and doesn't shy away from that at all. Honestly one of the best movies I've seen this year. And besides...who doesn't want to see Nic Cage dance around and beat the ever loving crap out of animatronic fiends?
Truly horrifying movie that explores the downfall of a lonely, awkward young woman May, as she struggles to maintain intimate relationships until she is ultimately pushed to follow her mother's advice. This movie had a great cast and directorial vision - watch it, if you dare!
As much as I love The Conjuring universe, it was difficult at times to watch this movie. The plot was bloated to the point where the main horror aspects were far in few, leaving the audience wanting more. The only saving grace as always is the incredible chemistry between Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.
Incredible sequel to an original horror movie franchise - the narrative is able to easily continue even without John Krasinski as one of the main characters. There were a few scenes that resulted from characters making stupid decisions in a typically cheesy horror movie fashion, but overall the film left me wanting more.
Typical Zach Snyder film - "tell not show" style narrative that creates awkward moments between the main cast, leaving the audience scratching their heads throughout the film. The film itself is visually and stylistically pleasing, but does not impress beyond that.
Jug Face, while oddly named and equipped with an even stranger plot offers a fresh take on the folk film genre by allowing the audience to see inner conflicts of an isolated, backwoods community. This movie kept me hooked with plot twists that I never would have expected it to, making it one of the best indie horror films I've seen yet.