Horns had been hanging out on my Netflix top picks for a while. And I snubbed it... for a while. I had only heard bad things about Horns and I am not a fan of Daniel Radcliff.
With all that being said, Horns may be one of the most shockingly good movies of the year. First of all, Daniel Radcliff loses the accent. Bye Harry Potter! Now you have my attention...
The story is about the repercussions of a drunken, emotional night that resulted in a murder of a well-loved girl
I'm finally back after an unplanned month hiatus and with a doozy of a film to recommend.
ABCs of Death certainly held my attention and is not for the faint of heart or under 18. Film makers were assigned a letter to tell a short story about death. Some were intriguing, some were brutal, some were well done, some were disturbing, immature and some I could not even understand how they were selected for this compilation. The films started off on the right foot and I was eager
Starry Eyes begs the question, what are you willing to do to be largely successful? To give you fair warning, the film starts out pretty slowly while they build the characters and develop the desperation.
The story line does not seem completely original to me. It was like a blend of "Contracted" and "The Conspiracy" but it proves it is unique once the brutality begins about three-quarters of the way through. Honestly, I haven't had to turn away from a film in a while... but