Posts Tagged ‘movie’

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*Major Spoilers Ahead*

It’s been a rare occurrence that I review a film directly after watching it but this film has certainly left an impact on me so great that the end credits are still rolling as I’m typing this intro. My notes are a slurred mess because I didn’t want to take my eyes of the screen. This is gonna be a tough review so without any further adieu, I ask you; Chocolate, Strawberry or Vanilla?!

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It seems as thought the eagerly awaited Assassins Creed movie has been delayed until August 2015 according to a statement made by Fox to the Hollywood Reporter.

We all knew that Micheal Fassbender was taking up the role of the Assassin but which one is the question that keeps coming to my mind, who would he be best to portray? (more…)

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A summer camp filled with teens in the eighties, can you think of a more generic setting for a horror film?! Well that’s what I was thinking on my way to the screening of Sleepaway Camp. The event was hosted by the sisters at The Blood Donor Film Club in Dublin’s City Centre, or The Church Bar to be exact.

The first thing you notice about Sleepaway is that were not looking at kids in their late teens but actually in their early teens, which was a nice change of events!  The start we see a family on a boat, the father, daughter and son. The boat tips and the family gets run over by a speed boat and we see the body of the father floating in the water, accompanied by a life jacket! (more…)

A History of Horror

The horror genre has been one of the most popular genres in film since the beginning of the movie theatre. But modern horror has been taking a turn for the worse. Horror films today have been inclined to show more gore than actual horror and this has then made a new sub genre know as Gorno, or Gornography. Recently horror has begun to get popular again, with the release of “Sinister” and “Paranormal Activity 4” (Some may argue that’s not the case!). But horror was not always like this, let’s take a trip through the history of the horror genre and find out how it’s advanced since the black and white times of Nosferatu. (more…)