Midsommer review

The most stunningly gorgeous and most unsettling film of 2019 is Ari Aster’s Midsommer. His follow up to Hereditary lives in the same world of grief as Hereditary did,and uses the occult to a chilling and surreal setting that makes to want to visit the festivities that only take place every 90 years. Midsommer won’t be for everyone, but it is everything it sets out to be. The film isn’t so much horror but a film about relationships. The movie is also pretty funny throughout and Stars Will Poulter in a small role. Although I have only seen it the one time so far, Midsommer May be my pick of the year so far.

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Film releases January 13th, 2016

This week we have a handful of movies releasing. Three of these are 2016 releases that are wide releasing, and the other three look like the typical January slew of iffy movies. My choice would be to see Scorsese’s Silence, Affleck’s Live by Night, or Peter Berg’s Patriots Day.

Most Anticipated films of 2017

2016 was not nearly as good of a fil year as 2015 was. We did however have plenty of quality pictures and some great performances. Let’s hope 2017 is a better year for film. 

Dunkirk-

Blade Runner 2049


The dark tower 


King Arthur: Legend of the Sword


War for the Planet of the Apes 


Alien Covenant