They proved to us, once again, that they are among the only child actors who actually have talent. Hell Fest Release date: September 28 Cast: Amy Forsyth, Reign Edwards, Tony Todd Director: Gregory Plotkin Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Why it's great: It's an old-fashioned slasher flick throwback set in a horror-themed carnival. The soundtrack was beautifully mellow at times as well as keeping on point for the more thrilling parts of the film. I am not that big a fan of vampire movies but this one. That's kind of a new twist.
I believe there is an inherent heaviness and sorrow that comes from the Scandinavian locations and the Swedish people not to dis, but let's face it: Stockholm isn't exactly a hotbed of standup comedians. Also in the video are costars Kodi Smit-McPhee and Richard Jenkins, plus director Matt Reeves. If one looks at this Owen and Abby work sort of like the puzzles Abby loves in that each of them compliment a void in the other, hence when they are together they are complete and they are happy. This film about Owen, a twelve-year-old kid, was an ignored youngster and a casualty of tormenting in school. Give something outside your comfort zone a shot! Trapped in the mind and body of a child, however, Abby is forced to hide a horrific secret of bloodthirsty survival.
A group of eight Special Forces soldiers is sent to the infected area to save Dr. Along the way he meets all sorts of colorful characters -- none of whom are all that trustworthy. And yes, that lame vampire pun was definitely intended. But, when we look into his character, and in certain scenes, we see he has a desire to do harm to his tormentors. Now, how is that for a vampire movie! It certainly did a good job to get me interested in watching the original whenever I get a chance. Perhaps it's my favourtism of romance movies and I am fascinated by Moretz and child actor leads, but whatever the reason, I believe Let Me In is going to be a great success with audiences.
His sole friend is Abby Chloë Grace Moretz , a strange girl who comes out only at nighttime. This is what makes them a perfect match, as when Abby is with Owen she can be her 12 year old self which the majority of her clearly prefers to be, and on the opposite end of the spectrum Owen is no longer lonely and at the same time has someone who has the power to defend him. A terrified encounter with a mysterious neighbor destroys the already fragile sense of security, casting Sarah into a nightmare, full of paranoia and mistrust. Satan's Slaves Release date: October 4 Cast: Bront Palarae, Tara Basro, Endy Arfian Director: Joko Anwar Ritual Why it's great: A remake of the 1982 Indonesian cult classic of the same name, this creep-fest deals with possession, resurrection, long-forgotten family secrets, and frequent doses of really effective jolts, scares, and gore. The Meg Release date: August 10 Cast: Jason Statham, Bingbing Li, Ruby Rose Director: Jon Turtletaub National Treasure Why it's great: It's not nearly as nasty as horror fans wanted, but heck, a giant shark flick is still a giant shark flick.
To me, that dumbs the movie down a little and dilutes the atmosphere. And if that's not good storytelling, I don't know what is. The Strangers: Prey at Night Release date: March 9 Cast: Bailee Madison, Christina Hendricks, Martin Henderson Director: Joannes Roberts 47 Meters Down Why it's great: At first, this long-awaited sequel feels like a downbeat and fairly pedestrian remake of the first movie. So his character can be described as a weak 12 year old human boy, who wishes for the power to exact his revenge on his tormentors and imagines doing them as well, yet he still lacks the power to do so. That's just one of the ways the undead are made different, courtesy of the studio Dracula built. Despite this, the three get the promise of a ship to carry them back home. The sympathetic character is still Owen Kodi Smit-McPhee , but he doesn't come off as deeply troubled as he did in the first movie.
The dynamic of the characters was tangible, and the viewer ends up with a sense - not of whether the actions of the characters are right or wrong or whether vampirism itself is okay when presented with the face of a 12-year-old girl - but of whether they themselves believe in the rightness or wrongness of where the story takes this young boy. It's surprising to see how well two child actors can be this mature and loving with such a great chemistry. The shots were lovely and simple at times and rather artistically impressive at others. Where to watch it: Shudder 44. I liked the idea of seeing the remake of a film that I recently gave a second viewing. Fans of the original-- rather than being narrow-minded and boycotting this version-- should give it a chance and appreciate it for what it is.
The atmosphere 80s was just right, and you grow to really like every character. Ford and Eastwood for the carefully constructed shots that border on iconic: of figures in doorways, or shadows highlighted against the winter snow. The child actors, Chloe Moretz Kick-Ass and Kodi Smit-McPhee The Road were both excellent choices. This is a truly sensational film. Makes you feel very conflicted.
It's not pretty, and the violence should resonate even more in our current climate. Julian Raynes, a mysterious scientist who may be responsible for this epidemic. All this to say great movie, certainly worth your time! Bullet Head is virtually the offspring of those two movies. Initially, the virus that causes vomiting, psychotic behavior, and extreme violence seems to be heading south-east. The locations are used superbly, as are lighting and sound to create the gloomy world poor Owen is stranded in.