Tedious, plodding and tasteless. Three words that I can confidently say sum up Adrián García Bogliano’s latest effort, Here Comes the Devil.
Based on true events, first published in a Vanity Fair article, uwantmetoKILLhim? details the downward spiral of Mark (Jamie Blackley), a teenage boy with a growing obsession for Internet chat rooms. Mark is pulled into a web of abusive relationships, deceit and deception and vows to look after his cyber girlfriend’s bullied brother (Toby Regbo) […]
If you find yourself feeling a vague sense of déjà vu whilst watching The Reptile don’t be alarmed. It shares a few narrative devices with The Plague of the Zombies: they were shot back to back by the same director, using the same sets.
This rare Hammer foray away from the classic Universal monsters is a treat to watch. Underpinned by iconic imagery and strong lead performances.
Thick black clouds begin to take shape in the Ohio sky. They burst and unleash a torrent of oily rain and drench a solitary man. It’s an eerie, tone-setting opening vision seen by Curtis LaForche (Michael Shannon), superb in its quiet subtlety.