Why You Should Watch Amélie

Many believe European movies to be either weird or romantic. In most cases, this is true. However weird some of these movies can be, especially the French ones, some are really worth watching. Like Amélie, which is internationally recognized for it's cleverness and sweet view on life. And why should you watch it? Well first, you … Continue reading Why You Should Watch Amélie

Advertisements

Crimson Peak: What They Did Right and What They Did Wrong

This past week, Guillermo Del Toro’s film Crimson Peak premiered in theaters, which stars Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston. The film centers around Edith, a woman who marries a mysterious man named Thomas Sharpe and finds herself living in his haunted home. After seeing the film, there were some things I loved and some things … Continue reading Crimson Peak: What They Did Right and What They Did Wrong

25 Years of Horror at Halloween Horror Nights

It’s October and everyone is eagerly awaiting the end of the month--Halloween.  But in the meantime, if you are looking for a little pre-Halloween scare, Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights is the perfect place.  This event runs from the beginning to end of October, attracting hordes of people looking to be terrorized.  The theme park hosts … Continue reading 25 Years of Horror at Halloween Horror Nights

Oscar Nominations 2015: Which Movies to See

The Academy Awards are less than a month away, and the nominations were recently released. For Best Picture, the following films are nominated: "Whiplash," "Theory of Everything," "The Imitation Game," "Birdman," "Selma," "American Sniper," "Grand Budapest Hotel," and "Boyhood." After viewing a number of them, I have many emotions and opinions regarding the films. I … Continue reading Oscar Nominations 2015: Which Movies to See