THRILLER Movie Scene of the Day: You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat. From JAWS (1975)

The crew gets their first face-to-face look at the massive shark. FILM DESCRIPTION: Based on Peter Benchley’s best-selling novel, Steven Spielberg’s 1975 shark saga set the standard for the New Hollywood popcorn blockbuster while frightening millions of moviegoers out of the water. One early summer night on fictional Atlantic resort Amity Island, Chrissie decides to… Continue reading THRILLER Movie Scene of the Day: You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat. From JAWS (1975)

PAULINA (LA PATOTA) – What the critics are saying about it.

100% of critics LOVE this film and say it’s a must see film. Paulina, the daughter of an eminent left-wing judge, suspends her legal education and the prospects of a promising political career to travel to an indigenous community of extreme poverty on Argentina’s border with Paraguay and Brazil. She is determined to nurture ‘from… Continue reading PAULINA (LA PATOTA) – What the critics are saying about it.

Top 10 Movie Masks of All-Time

Movie masks can create a long lasting identity and really represent the film. Ideally, masks are there to serve the character and overall plot and story of the film. These top 10 movie masks are a part of today’s pop-culture and will last in our minds for generations. 10. Eyes Wide Shut masks: 9. Mask… Continue reading Top 10 Movie Masks of All-Time

I Confess (1953) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

I CONFESS, 1953 Classic Movie Review Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Starring Montgomery Cliff, Anne Baxter, Karl Malden Review by Steve Painter SYNOPSIS: Refusing to give into police investigators’ questions of suspicion, due to the seal of confession, a priest becomes the prime suspect in a murder. Alfred Hitchcock was notorious for loathing actors. He once… Continue reading I Confess (1953) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Movie Review:THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1957. Directed by David Lean

The film starts out with two Allied PoWs burying a dead comrade, one of the men being U.S. Navy Commander Shears (William Holden), who, upon finishing up the burial service bribes a Japanese guard to put him and the other prisoner on the sick list to avoid more labor. It is about this time when they hear the whistling of the British tone “Colonel Bogey March” by a battalion led by Colonel Nicholson (Alec Guinness), Shears blows it off thinking it is just more men he is going to have to bury in the near future.

Movie Review: BATTLE ROYALE, 2000

Deadline Thriller/Suspense Film and Writing Festival BATTLE ROYALE, 2000 Movie Reviews Directed by Kinji Fukasaku Starring: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Aki Maeda, Tarô Yamamoto, Chiaki Kuriyama, Sosuke Takaoka Review by Keith Huckfield SYNOPSIS: In the future, the Japanese government captures a class of ninth-grade students and forces them to kill each other under the revolutionary “Battle… Continue reading Movie Review: BATTLE ROYALE, 2000

Movie Review: JAWS (1975)

What causes people to be scared of the unknown? Most often, it is that which can’t be seen that is the most terrifying. The imagination, it seems, is capable of conjuring images that are far worse than anything real could ever be. The best horror films are the ones that capitalize on the reactions people have to the things that are beyond their scope, be it something from another world, or, as in the case of Jaws, something that lies just below the ocean’s surface.