Tag Archives: 2017 horror

‘Get Out’ – Secrets, Easter eggs and References from Jordan Peele’s Commentary

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  We are currently halfway through 2017 and ‘Get Out’ is still my favorite film of the year. It has remained consistently fascinating and re-watchable. I saw it four times in theaters. I love it. Judging from the 99% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and the massive box office for its budget, I don’t think […]

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Review: The Bad Batch (2017)

A BATCH OF SPOILERS AHEAD I’m perfectly fine and able to accept a movie that isn’t holding my hand, telling me about just what the heck is going on but, if that’s the case, at least make things interesting for a reason. If someone is building an alternative timeline world for me to accept then […]

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Review: The Mummy (2017)

Universal Pictures attempts to launch a shared “Dark Universe” for its iconic monster properties with writer/director Roberto Orci’s adventure-horror franchise reboot of The Mummy; a movie at war with itself in terms of tone and pacing & which stumbles in its effort to deliver a coherent plot and storyline.

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Review: Raw (2017)

French director Julia Ducournau makes her feature film directorial debut with this unsettling coming-of-age horror film that does for cannibalism what Ginger Snaps did for werewolves.

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Review: Life (2017)

Swedish director Daniel Espinosa helms this science-fiction/horror film that treads much of the same steps in space as films like Alien, but doesn’t add much new to the genre.

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