Previously on The Walking Dead
The Crazies is a 2010 remake of the 1970’s horror classic, but I suppose the reel question is will this horror remake send me to the nut house or will there be rhythm to it’s madness?
An average summers day, in an average town, until one of the inhabitants is shot down, and then things start to get really bad.
You know I really struggled to compliment the Resident Evil movies, because I knew there was a good film in all that waffle somewhere, turns out that film is The Crazies, which is both interesting and intimidating. Read more
Field of Screams
The Texas Killing Fields is a low budget crime thriller released in 2011, it has a strong cast and an interesting hook, so I suppose the reel question is will The Texas Killing Fields be a total massacre or an Unusual Suspect?
There is a strip of land in Texas where over 50 bodies have been dumped from a whole string of murders, and now one more has been added to the list.
It’s clear from the outset that Texas Killing Fields had a lot of problems over it’s development, I get the feeling that it was in developmental hell for a long time, mostly because the film has Sam Worthington, Jeffrey Morgan, Jessica Chastain, Chloe Grace Moretz, Jason Clarke and Stephen Graham all in its cast, and the film does not have a big budget at all. Read more
Classic Nollywood production, ‘Father Moses’ is a story about various catholic families, having to do with governor of the state Jide kosoko & his son rascal Yomi Fabiyi. Desmond Elliot is Father Moses, who fall in love with Ini Edo “a girl from one of the catholic family. The love between them generated lots of conflicts.
The movie which is produced by Yomi Fabiyi, starred Grade ‘A’ Nollywood Stars like: Desmond Elliot, Ini Edo, Jide Kosoko, Bimbo Akintola, Ayo Mogaji, Hafiz Oyetoro, Keji Yusuf,Buki Awoyemi » Kemi Afolabi, Yomi Fabiyi, Hakeem Rahman, Ara, Niyi Johnson, Tola Ayeni ( Agbelebu mi), Segun Adekoya (Chamelion), Remi Oshodi.Directed by Taiwo Oduala
More hostile then Hostel
Unthinkable is a movie that passed me by back in 2010, for many reasons it’s taken me this long to watch it, but I suppose the reel question is will this terrorist driven thriller be another bomb scare or a real war hero?
An American terrorist has potentially planted 3 nuclear weapons in 3 cities around the country, it is left to an black-ops interrogator and an FBI specialist to find their locations before it’s to late.
Unthinkable is a movie that is difficult to review, not because it’s an empty movie, in fact the reverse is true. The problem is that the film has so much in it, I struggle with what to pick out to speak on and what not, because truly Unthinkable is a movie where the less you know the better it is. Read more
Craig gets Shinier
Dream House claims to be a psychological mystery of intense levels, so I suppose the reel question is will Dream House be a Ideal Home or more a Nightmare From Elm Street?
After quitting his job Will Atenton returns to his new house to live with his wife Libby and their two lovely children, but something’s not right in the house and the truth will change the family forever.
Dream House is a very short film, with a runtime of only 94 minuets, it starts and finishes with barely enough time to stay for tea, however somehow the movie still successfully creates mood and backstory, with what had otherwise been a boring outing. Read more
Saturday night at the National Theatre in Accra, Ghana saw Yvonne Nelson premiered her 3rd self produced movie-House of Gold to the delight of several movie lovers…
Wearing a black sleeveless gown, Yvonne Nelson’s attempt to pull the glamorous look was curtailed by her hair and make-up.
House of Gold is directed by Pascal Amanfo and it features Yvonne Nelson, Majid Michel, Eddie Watson, Mr. J. Kofi Bucknor, Luckie Lawson, Sandra Ankobiah and several others…Anyway, where was Majid Michel and Ice Prince? Read more
You know what’s coming…
In a world where things are ordinary, one man is different. Cris Johnson can see into the future, but he can only see 2 minutes into the future, and only when it affects him. A selfish ability if ever I saw one.
Next is a film of success and failure, it seems to spend far too much time killing time then doing anything of actual merit or distinction. I mean I LOVE the premise, I think it’s clever, it’s unique and it’s awesome so why do I feel like the film is so mundane?
If you are given a nugget of gold like the premise of Next then you need to do something special with it, Paycheque was like that, so was Minority Report, they were both given a nugget and pushed it around in ways that were fun, interesting and just a little bit inventive, but somehow Next misses the mark. Next’s failures are probably all down to the one central conceit of the movie, the women. Read more
Boyle goes into one
It’s becoming all to familiar for Danny Boyle films to pass by totally without the fanfare nor prestige a cult icon like Boyle deserves, so what will this new twisting psychological thriller produce? I suppose the reel question is will Trance put a spell on me?
A Famous painting is up for auction, a simple heist goes wrong when Simon interferers, after being attacked by the thief, Simon wakes up to find he has amnesia and worst still, he has hidden the painting somewhere, and these men will do anything to get it back. Read more
Evil relocates (Resident Evil: Relocation)
Based on the best selling Games of the same title, Silent Hill has spawned a sequel, and this time it’s got news, not just news but a Revelation in fact. So I suppose the reel question is, will Silent Hill 2 make me want to continue?
I’m informed by almost everyone that Silent Hill is a terrifying game, it’s a game you can’t play at night apparently, it’s that scary, and in a similar fashion Silent Hill: Revelation is a film I wouldn’t advice people to see at night, or at all actually. The film is horrific but not in the way it would like. Read more