I have been spending a lot of my free time watching movies lately. Most of them have been in the genre/horror realm. I decided to mix it up with the recent release The Tax Collector from director David Ayer (Training Day). I liked the movie. The only reasons, Shia Labeouf
Suicide Squad should’ve been a home run. A film starring a who’s who of DC Comics villains, including The Joker, Harley Quinn and Deadshot? Sounds like a blast. It should’ve wiped away the bad taste of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Instead, it only exacerbated the problems surrounding the DC Extended Universe.
War is most certainly hell in FURY, but it’s also the only way to live…and die.
The latest red band trailer for David Ayer’s Sabotage finally reveals what kind of film this will be. Yes, it’s a gritty actioner from the director of End of Watch. Yes, it’s a bit of a revenge tale. And yes, the film looks totally bad ass. But what does this
“Found footage”, “P.O.V.”, “self-filmed”, “ghost cam” (whatever you want to call them) movies can be an interesting and original way of making a film. Spawned by The Blair Witch Project, they allow for a more realistic, gritty and immersive approach to filmmaking. If the story gives itself over to this
Critics are loving End of Watch, but sometimes you have to be the rebellious one. Maybe I’m the proverbial “loose cannon” this time! I find it interesting that I’ve reviewed two found footage films back-to-back, my last being V/H/S, and it has caused me to meditate a bit on the