Views from the Sofa’s Greatest Scenes is a list of the greatest moments in the movies. This could be long introductions, moments of action or great dialogue between characters. The scenes are in no particular order and come from many different … Continue reading Greatest Scenes Number 46: Kick-Ass Unmasked
You can’t blame the producers and studio behind Dark Places for hoping it would be a sleeper hit. Based on a novel by the writer of Gone Girl, starring an accomplished actress in the lead role, centered around a drip-fed mystery … Continue reading Dark Places (2015) Review
What If… is a self-indulgent look at how things could have been. I take an event or a rumour and let my imagination run wild. It’s rarely based on fact and completely based on guess-work and conjecture. With the recent … Continue reading What If… Disney made horror movies?
It’s worth mentioning that I haven’t seen the original Carrie so this review can’t be a comparison of the two. That being said, this movie does strike me as a film trying to do something new without really achieving anything … Continue reading Carrie (2013) Review
Most murder mystery films, about police detectives hunting a killer, would be much better as television shows. Two hours, even if you make your film pacy and straight-forward, will never really be enough to develop your heroes, giving them compelling backstorys, present enough suspects to make the murder mystery interesting and also throw-up red herrings to keep the audience on their toes. A tv show offers you this opportunity and although there are far too many detective shows on tv, a film will always struggle to have the same positive effect. It’s exactly this problem that Texas Killing Fields has. It … Continue reading Texas Killing Fields (2011) Review