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Simon posted a topic in Movies's TopicsCheck out this new trailer for the film The Wandering Earth which is China’s biggest science fiction blockbuster to date. It will be in theatres in early February. I love sci-fi and this looks like it'll be an epic sci-fi film. I've heard the novel which its based on is good so I really hope the film will as well *fingers crossed* Hopefully, it won't be too cheesy, although I expect it to be on same levels like Pacific Rim. *shoots Jupiter with a machine gun*
Martinsx posted a topic in Movies's TopicsI have always been a fan of horror movies and stories. There has been countless horror movies which I have watched so far. I love vampire storyline, werewolves, zombies and ghosts. Among the horror movies that I have watched are IT, Z-Nation, Helix, Hell Raiser, Evil Dead. But not long ago a friend introduced me to one horror movie called "The Exorcist". It's a demonic possession and deliverance movie. Actually it's a series movie and I must confess that this movie taught me a lot about spirits and possessions. I got to find out that possession has different stages, Possum and Integration stage. Once possession reaches integration, the human soul is lost and the demon now owns the body as it's host. If you haven't watched this movie yet, I strongly recommend you go get it especially those that enjoy horror movies.
ivukadinovic posted a topic in Movies's TopicsI am no professional in this niche but I've seen the movie and there's nothing funny about It. I get that the movie is totally sarcastic but how could they agree to put It in the same genre as the " Lady Bird" or "I, Tonya"? In my opinion "Get Out" is rather intimidating. They did the same thing with the "Birdman" In 2015. The fact was that there were some humorous scenes shown but that doesn't necessarily mean that the movie is comic. That year, Keaton did a tremendous job presenting his physical and psychological abilities and there was almost nothing to giggle about. The same thing was with Daniel Kaluuya! The guy nailed It and as one of the reviews on IMDB said: So, what is your personal opinion about this? What made this movie a comedy?
Far back when I was still a teenager, I watched this movie called "The Punisher", with the leading character Frank Castle. This movie really interest me so much that I watched it countless times and never get tired of it. As long as there was light and I'm free, it's me and the movie. I even went to the extent of getting it's game back then in my Sega console. Recently, I just saw that the movie is now out in series version with only season one. I rushed immediately and downloaded it and it still gave me the same pleasure the original one did. The thing I loved about the series version of the movie was that it gave an in depth explanation of events that occurred in the movie. If you haven't checked out "The Punisher" rush now and get yours.
Check out this new trailer for Alex Garland’s upcoming science fiction-horror film Annihilation, it's about an expedition that finds a strange and surreal world when they enter a zone called Area X. I'm not sure what to think about it, but I love sci-fi so I will definitely keep an eye out for it. What do you think?