New Gifts! My wonderful other half yet again ventured out into the natural habitat of film collectors, CeX, and purchased some more questionable films. Oh how I love his motive for tarnishing my collection (even though I do that myself...). Let's see what "goodies" he has acquired for me: • - Embodiment of Evil (NEW: Never heard of it. Apparently a Brazilian horror with a RT Score of 56%. So perhaps not all that bad?). - Red Mist (NEW: Again, never heard of it. But with an RT Score of 7%...perhaps not so good). - Shark Night 3D (NEW: Christ how many 3D shark films are there? I'm expecting sharks, bikinis and sharks wearing bikinis). •

Gehenna: Where Death Lives — 2016 ——————————————— Thoughts: Not even sure what to make of this. Yes, this could have been an awesome movie. Yes, it was a tad creepy here and there. But it moved so slow for the first 40 or so minutes. I was kind of over this movie by then. The acting, also wasn’t that great. But as everything was unfolded and revealed, i was shocked. It’s such a bizarre reveal, but such a good one. As for the entire movie, wasn’t worth it. Could have been done better. ——————————————— Rating: 2/5 ⭐️⭐️ ——————————————— Synopsis: Gehenna, where developers are looking for a location on Saipan stumble into a subterrran bunker from WWII where am evil force lies in wait. ❌—————❌

Съемка кезінде кішігірім іс-тәжрибелік сабақ өтіп кеткесің ғой. Олар да, менде риза! 😂😂😂. Бірдеме түсінді ма екен? Әлде бар ойы басқа болды ма екен? Қызық... .

Clinical — 2017 ——————————————— Thoughts: Oh my god .. pure insanity! This movie lies to you. It makes you believe all these different crazy things. Pretty fantastic if you ask me. But seeing everything unfold, so fun! Mind blowing too! 😉 I also have to mention I loved that it took place during Christmas. Felt nice for some reason lol. ——————————————— Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ——————————————— Synopsis: A psychiatrist tries to put her life back together after a violent attack by seeking to repair the life of a new patient, but he has his own terrifying history. ❌—————❌

Good Time Dir:

#BennySafdie, #JoshSafdie DoP: #SeanPriceWilliams Good Time is one of the tightest movies of 2017. It's razor sharp, all killer no filler. I think enough has been said about the claustrophobic cinematography, the electrifying score, the brutally honest performances, or the hyperactive editing. I think we should talk more about the emotion and how the Safdies managed to not enough craft an edge-of-your-seat thriller but one that has resonance. Robert Pattinson is so unlikeable in Good Time, it's actually insane. He's a completely different person. Some of his scenes fill you with anger, others with disgust but you're always on his side because of the love he has for his brother. How, in 5 minutes, the Safdies were able to create such a tangible bond between the Nikas brothers is outstanding! From the get-go, you're hooked, so when shit hits the fan, you're on board with it. . . Every one of his actions is understandable, you don't doubt them. As more time passes, the extremer his measures, this is usually where a film of this sort crumbles—mostly due to the main character being unrealistically passionate. However, the neediness of Robert's character only serves to emphasize the brotherhood that exists between the Nikas brothers. All this builds up to that climax of an ending. With just one medium shot, one wide and... a black screen with rolling credits, you feel this taxing emotional weight. I won't spoil it, it's a damn good ending to a small but impactful film. Definitely worth a watch.
Randomly got this song stuck in my head and I looked up what it was in. It’s weird how the brain works. I haven’t seen this movie in a super long time, but I remember this part. Also, I’ve never had store made Castle. I wish they had some here. At least a Krystals.

Star wars: Empire Strikes back | Irvin kereshner | 1980 | IMDB • 8.7 | Darth Vader: Luke, you can destroy the Emperor. He has foreseen this. It is your destiny. Join me, and together we can rule the galaxy as father and son.

Well folks looks like we’re going to be getting a John Wick 4! The news was announced via this text message like service that was used to reveal the first trailer for John Wick 3. What are your thoughts about this? Are you excited? If you like my page give me a follow @redsmovieplace

🍇 Amy Poehler’s directorial debut is a gleeful romp through the vineyards. 🍷 . Everyone has those friends. The ones you’ve known forever. The same ones you sometimes wonder if you’d still be friends with if you’d only just met them. Wine Country is a film about those kinds of friends. . Head to to read the full review and swipe for star rating.

“Deluge” (Music + Video)

John Wick Parabellum: Exhilarating from start to finish, Parabellum delivers arguably the most inspired action sequences yet in this already impressive franchise. Though it’s light on story and the violence becomes slightly monotonous in the last act, the film benefits from an engaging cast (Mark Dacascos steals the show here) and riveting Raid-esque action.

This week’s movie news. Check out the link in the bio for more stories: This week was full of news that gained some of the most divisive reactions. Leading the charge is the announcement that Robert Pattinson is currently the front runner to take over the role of Batman for Matt Reeves’ film in 2021. While it’s still not a done deal, Pattinson is reportedly close to making it official, which would make him the second youngest Batman, after Christian Bale, who was 31 when he first took on the role. Many are dismissing Pattinson mainly for his role in the Twilight series, but considering recent turns in movies like Good Time and The Lost City of Z, he may pleasantly surprise many. Meanwhile, in some more bizarre news, it was announced Chris Rock is executive producing a reboot of the Saw franchise that would be released in October 2020, based on a story he came up. Saw is the one horror series that never seems to die, as this is the ninth entry into the series, as Rock joins the ranks of comedians jumping into horror territory.

Esta noche falleció Niki Lauda, uno de los pilotos más importantes de la historia de la F1. Como cualquier excusa es buena para hablar de cine, les dejamos por aquí una recomendación especial: Rush. Dirigida por el ganador del OSCAR Ron Howard y protagonizada por Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Brühl, Olivia Wilde, Alexandra Maria Lara y Natalie Dormer, Rush cuenta la historia de la épica rivalidad entre Niki Lauda (Brühl) y James Hunt (Hemsworth). Actuaciones extraordinarias, un montaje frenético, la gran dirección de Howard, el filoso guión de Peter Morgan y la T R E M E N D A banda sonora de Hans Zimmer, son algunas de las cosas que hacen de Rush el biopic perfecto, y una de las mejores películas de deportes de la historia del cine. Buscala, mirala, disfrutala... no te vas a arrepentir. • • •

First Reformed (2017) Dir. Paul Schrader


#Sinister (2012). This film focuses on an incredibly self absorbed true crime writer. He’s the kind of writer that might fudge some facts, illegally obtain documents, or move his family into the house of a murdered family who’s killer is still on the loose. Ya know, the kind of stuff that normal sociopathic dads do for fame. #EthanHawke plays Ellison, a writer desperately trying to write the next “In Cold Blood”. And as I said, he has moved his family into a creepy ass murder house. He’s not very popular in town due to how poorly his last book painted the books town in subject. So he decides that he’s gotta drink, do some research, drink, maybe type something, and drink. He wonders around his house at night after some noise put him on edge. He ends up in the attack where he finds some old super8 film. What’s on these reels? Oh just a bunch of murders. It’s up to Ethan to unfold a terrible mystery as the dark force seems to be coming for him next! This movie was very effective the first time I saw it back in ‘12. I have to give a major nod to the soundtrack because I believe it creates most of the horror and suspense in this film. But in the end this movie falls victim to the same ol thing that kills a lot off horror...a crap ending. Oh what could have been! 3.5/5 Skillets. 🍳🍳🍳🥚 . . . #horror #horrormovie #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrorfanatic #horrorfanatics #movie #movies #moviereview #moviereviews #horrorreview #film #horrorreviews #horrorshow #filmreviews #filmbuff #filmreview #cinema #scary #psychological #thriller #psychologicalhorror
Mid90s 2018 ‧ Drama/Comedy-drama ‧ 1h 25m - I think one of the things I can admit to and also confirm for kids today is things always seem the worst for you. It’s hard to jump out of that mentality sometimes as children that the world is against you, like you always have it worse. Now that’s not to take away any of the pain people experience as kids, but as you grow up you learn to find the relativity and context of your pain in regards to the world you live in. That’s part of growing up, and sometimes that’s not so bad. It’s compassionate. - -

If you’ve seen the film then you know what pen we’re talking about and which scene kickstarted our subject’s pulse 😳 - We are compiling results and will post them soon 📈 Did Red Eye make your heart race? -

Here’s an interesting movie fact/detail for everyone. In the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the black knights coat of arms, the figure on his chest, is a boar. Boars are creatures known for ignoring deadly wounds to keep fighting. Similar to the black knight who wants to keep fighting despite eventual getting his arms and legs cut off. If you like my page give me a follow @redsmovieplace

Hatred of knowledge. Fahrenheit 451 (Francois Truffaut, 1966) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Steven Spielberg, 1989)