Viewed: January 29th, 2017
I was a fan of Resident Evil, when the game first made the scene for video games. And since I could never get past the burning trashcan, on screen one, level one- If you know the games, you know I SUCK! So I always had my hub (now ex-hub) play, while I watched. The graphics were amazing back then, but when the movie came out- it all came to life for me! I was immediately hooked!
Resident Evil, The Final Chapter, didn't let me down. I thought it would have been bigger and better, but I wasn't disappointed From the explanation on The Red Queen's past, to how she got inside the Hive's matrix and ran the show, it was all shared. Also, you found out some totally awesome secrets that I simply can not share, because I do not believe in SPOILERS! I can say that if you are a fan of the franchise, you will enjoy this movie!
As always, the FX's were on point, but I didn't like that it was much darker than the bulk of the movies. There were so many parts, during fight scenes, that I couldn't see well. It was frustrating. And then, the best part- the flying beasts (or as I call them: dragons), their scenes were rather fast too! I never could get a clear view of their faces and such. Had they been people? Why didn't they let me see?
I wasn't sure what could happen in less than ten minutes, but I can happily say: A LOT! Agatha is an 8-minute film about an orphan girl, paid to do one simple job: Deliver a plate of food to a small table. Say nothing, touch nothing and go no further than the table. The orphan girl does what's expected of her...
There's always that one book that sends you away. It allows you to feel the story and know it was the right one to read at the right moment. Remember to Love Me, by Becky Wright is one of them. The story is about family dedication, love and being able to get out and find yourself. Even when that epiphany comes through someone else!
Whenever I get an independent horror movie, I usually prepare myself for something super cheesy, with a weak storyline. I listen for inflection in the voices of the actors, and I wonder how much was spent on production. None of that happened during my viewing of The Dark Tapes. I instantly fell into line, watching the strangest of things take place and, not once did I worry about the acting (though they did come off cheesy at first). I didn't worry about the effects (they were on point), and the story- Phenom
To find out what's beyond all that we know, that's what Dr. Lewis wanted to know. Is there life after death? Is there a heaven or a hell? Or some place else?
Taking place here, in my current location- Saint Louis, on the famous campus of Wash U, Dr. Lewis and his assistant, Kyle are working on a project so powerful, the federal government hands over millions...
Okay, so as you all know, I am a Stephen King fan. My first King read was Pet Sematary, then Cujo, then IT, Misery and so many more. I watched the movies, made for tv movies and the rest and always found myself leaving the book happier than when I'd found it. Sadly, that was not the case with Lisey's Story.
The book was more like a memoir for a woman with a history of depression, loss, and mental illness. Instead of receiving horror or some sort of hysterical, mental breakdown, I got a ton of babble and gobbly-goop! lol
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