There is something perfectly 90s about The Faculty. Made at a time when slasher movies were back in vogue (due in to small part to Wes Craven’s Scream), The Faculty captures popular culture with a high-concept premise, young 90s newcomer cast … Continue reading Horror Month: The Faculty (1998) Review
There is a perfect sense of unnerving that pervades Hereditary from start to finish. This is due to a couple of aspects. For one, you’re never really sure what is happening or whether you can believe what is happening. Second is … Continue reading Horror Month: Hereditary (2018) Review
There is a reason that Halloween is such an iconic horror movie. The moment that theme starts, before any actual images appear on-screen, the chills begin to creep-up your spine. It sets the tone for the cold, unique opening as we … Continue reading Horror Month: Halloween (1978) Review
It is the first of October and as is customary on Views from the Sofa, we are dedicating this month’s theme to all things horror. This month we will be splitting the theme. The first 15 days will be classic horror … Continue reading Horror and Zombies Month: The Launch!
Pixar have made sequels to movies that don’t necessarily lend themselves naturally to a franchise but it has been far too long since we revisited the Parr family. The potential for a sequel about a family of superheroes who mix … Continue reading Pixar Month: Incredibles 2 (2018) Review
This review was originally posted on January 12th 2018 After all these years you still can’t fault Pixar for originality. At a time when every animation seems to have some anthropomorphic animals or is a sequel (although Pixar suffer from this … Continue reading Pixar Month: Coco (2017) Review (a Re-Post)
There was a sense after Cars 2 that the Cars franchise should be put to rest. Money will always win out though and Cars was given a third outing and another attempt to repeat what wasn’t particularly a grand opening … Continue reading Pixar Month: Cars 3 (2017) Review