All posts tagged thriller

Rabid: Original vs Remake (Spoilers for both)

Today’s article will be structured differently. Instead of a standard review, I will be contrasting two films, one being Rabid (1977) and the other being Rabid (2019) and seeing what […]

5 Years of Gone Girl

If you are a fellow university student reading this, you most likely have been born anytime between 1997 and 2001 (if you are an average undergraduate student), meaning you were […]

The Last by Hanna Jameson – a startling look into what could be our future

“Maybe I was lucky, watching the end of the world online, instead of living it, reacting to an explosion or a siren announcing one.”   Jon Keller is in a […]

Thrillers- What is it that makes this genre so addictive?

The thriller genre is incredibly vast and involves many sub-genres; mystery-thriller, crime-thriller, horror-thriller, etc. Despite the various sub-genres, the foundation of thrillers remains the same. Suspense is a key aspect […]

Exclusive Review of Pet Sematary

Stephen King’s film adaptations have often been famously hit and miss. Sometimes you get a classic like Carrie or The Shining, sometimes it’ll be an atrocity like Dreamcatcher or Cell. […]

Exclusive Review: Destroyer – Nicole Kidman excels

Karyn Kusama has had one of the most interesting and diverse careers of any director, going from teen boxing drama to sci-fi action to horror-comedy to psychological thriller. The most […]

If Lonely Boy, Patrick Bateman, and Mark Zuckerberg did a Mamma Mia, they’d make Joe Goldberg.

You, is like any millennial drama, bookish soft boy meets damaged, but aspiring writer, girl next door. Boy then checks out girl’s artificial and for show social media, he likes […]

Exclusive Review: Glass

In 2000, M. Night Shyamalan released Unbreakable. A film that was once considered to be a weaker follow‐up to The Sixth Sense is now considered to possibly be his greatest […]

A Look into 2019’s Books.

There is nothing better than pre-ordering a book, forgetting about said book, then having it arrive on your doorstep seemingly by magic. Here are some of my personal favourites of 2019 […]