Eli was a solid addition to Netflix’s original horror films. While it was not an entirely original concept to blow audiences’ minds, it knew what it wanted to achieve and did not stray the course with excessive bravado. It just delivered a well executed horror movie that shocked and scared in all the right places. That’s all we can ask for.
I didn’t originally plan on watching The Master’s Sun but because it was being shown on local TV every night and I kept catching glances of episodes, I was drawn to the plot and the easy chemistry of its two lead stars Jo Ji Sub and Gyo Hyo Jin, in a story that could best… Read More The Master’s Sun: Korean Drama Review
After the success of Insidious in 2011, it seemed like a sensible decision to go for a sequel since the first movie was kind of open ended anyway. Insidious Chapter 2, produced by Oren Peli of Paranormal Activity fame and directed by James Wan, who also helmed great horror films like Dead Silence and The… Read More Insidious Chapter 2: Movie Review
I’m kind of surprised that The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia was getting bad reviews from both critics and viewers. I must admit that I liked the original movie, released in 2009 by the same studio (Gold Circle) and thought that the sequel was a pretty decent horror flick. Ghosts of Georgia is… Read More The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia Review
My brother and I caught this movie on the cinema right after we watched The Dark Knight Rises and we were under no illusions that it was going to be at the level of a Hollywood blockbuster because a.) we have never heard about it and b.) the poster that gave us no idea as… Read More Dark Floors: A Review
After I watched Wrath of the Titans last week, I still had some time to kill in my hands before I had to go somewhere else so I decided to check out this movie (SM Cinemas devotes one theater to feature older movies at a discounted rate of P25). I thought it had some potential… Read More Dream House: A Belated Review