Monthly Archive: March, 2014

The Shining

The Shining is no doubt a masterpiece from the visionary director Stanley Kubrick. Out of all the films I’ve seen I always return to this one when i’m looking for terror and incredible… Continue reading

12 Years a Slave

12 Years a Slave is based on the Extraordinary true story of Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), an educated free blackman from Saratoga, New York. Solomon is the father of two children, and has… Continue reading

Blind Spot: Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow of a Doubt is regarded as Hitchcock’s first masterpiece, and stated many times by Hitch himself, that this is his finest and favorite film. It was an obvious choice to include this… Continue reading

Top Quentin Tarantino Films

Quentin Tarantino’s films are known for their violent bloodshed, unique dialogue, up-beat soundtracks, and great storytelling told often in nonlinear fashion. The films in “Tarantino’s Universe” all share the common theme of revenge… Continue reading

The Last Of Us film announced!

I am pleased to bring you the news that one of the greatest video games will actually become a film!! Screen Gems is teaming up with the creative director Neil┬áDruckmann who will write… Continue reading

All Is Lost

All Is Lost is a great example of Pure Cinema. The film doesn’t spend time explaining why this Man is out in the ocean, and has minimal dialogue. It takes us on a… Continue reading

Blind Spot 2014

Little late to the party but nevertheless, ready to embark on this cinematic journey. Originally I started my own thing, by watching 10 new films each month…That didn’t work out too well due… Continue reading