A knock-off of “Sicario” in my book. A fairly mediocre action movie about gang violence. Shia LeBouf plays a fixer/tax collector, hence the name. Sometimes uncomfortable levels of onscreen violence ensue. George Lopez shows up for a hot second. Pretty run of the mill, overall.
Samara Weaving’s audition tape for “Ready or Not.” A cross between zombie film and “The Belko Experiment.” A solid purge-style blood soaked kill fest film. Very dated dialogue, but it just adds to the film’s charm in my opinion.
It’s just like every other buddy cop movie… except… he’s… a zombie! *shocked face*
Pure 80’s. You can’t greenlight this without a Scarface sized pile of cocaine coursing through your veins. It’s a thing of beauty. More quips than a Marvel movie. Cheesy special effects. Turn your brain off and enjoy.
Who uses a power drill? Did they run out of machetes and every other useful weapon at the hardware store this wannabe Michael Myers was shopping at prior to his murderous rampage? I mean, for the sake of efficiency, he at least is smart enough to target a slumber party. Classic trashy slasher flick. Laughed through most of it at the absurdity, and left entertained.
Yes, they should have. But they didn’t, so here we are.
A biblical psychological thriller about sin catching up with you, purgatory, hell. 6 circles of Hell with Kevin Bacon. He’s definitely not dancing footloose in this one. A great performance by him as the lead, a widower with a dark secret dating a woman young enough to be his daughter. A fact that he somehow glosses over, and gets angry about way too often. Like, dude, it’s pretty obvious there’s a huge age gap here.
Anyhow, back to the murder house. Hopefully you’re caught up on your geometry and have a solid grasp on reality, because this film is going to mess with your mind with camera tricks, sets that don’t match up, and illusions that will result in a 45 minute “what the hell is going on here?!?” head tilt. Be careful of renting that house on AirBnB that seems like too good of a deal.