Happy Death Day: Get Up. Live Your Day. Get Killed. Again....

Happy Death Day: Get Up. Live Your Day. Get Killed. Again....

Blumhouse Productions latest slasher feels refreshingly original for a film that's disguised as Scream meets Edge of Tomorrow (or Groundhog Day). — The trailer for Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions Happy Death Day was a pleasant surprise having sat through at least a dozen or so forgettable trailers during my 'IT' screening. For those who are fans of the genre, I recommend you check out the trailer!

Cultjer roundup: Wonder Woman (2017)

Cultjer roundup: Wonder Woman (2017)

Only love can save this world. So I stay. I fight, and I give... for the world I know can be. This is my mission, now. Forever. — While the 20th highest grossing movie of all-time slowly exits the big screen, the time has come to usher in Wonder Woman's arrival on digital streaming services, DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD in North America. Sorry UK, you'll have to wait until October 9.

SeptemBergman: Through a Glass Darkly

SeptemBergman: Through a Glass Darkly

My third outing with Ingmar Bergman brought me to the beginning of his famed "religious trilogy. Through a Glass Darkly was released in 1961 and examines a woman's mental illness, a young man emotionally starved of his father's love, and the grief of losing someone you love and how helpless one feels in that situation. An emotional exploration of love and loss and a family left grasping at whatever pieces of their relationship are left. Visually as gorgeous as it is stark, Through a Glass Darkly rakes the audience over the coals of its pensive intensity yet leave you safely nestled in the warmth of its lyrical beauty.

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