Story of a genius movie
Remedy’s horror game is one of those timeless gems that have pushed its creators to return in the form of a remastering. Alan Wake manages to give us a magnificent horror game while introducing us to a fantastic story that you’ll want to finish to find out how far its twists and turns go.
Alien Isolation’ is not only a magnificent game that you should have already tried, the return of Giger’s bugs (or rather, the bug) has little to do with the ravings of Prometheus and is a masterpiece that handles the tension and fear of death in such a beastly way that it will make you have a hard time all night long.
The bad thing about facing games in which the terror is supported by a script and an AI is that sooner or later you will end up getting the hang of its scary twists, but if you take that idea to a multiplayer game, things change completely. Here the scare will come from the hand of a killer controlled by you or another player, so seeing them coming will never be an option.
Once upon a time, once upon a time, there was a genie at Cinepolis
Unlike many of his contemporaries, Owen would not fit into the genre revival movements, nor is he of A24 stock, in fact his textures are at times rough and to some extent anachronistic. Owen is inspired by the same incident at the small lighthouse in Wales that spawned the two films ‘The Lighthouse’ (2016) and ‘The Lighthouse’ (The Lighthouse, 2018), in fact he recounts learning of Robert Eggers’ work from ‘The Witch’ (2015) actress Kate Dickie, who joins along with elements like the sinister sheep as touches of the director’s influence in this much more modest, but no worse film.
And Owen may not achieve as sophisticated a work as Eggers’, but it is certainly much more committed to its status as a horror story and its handling of atmosphere and space generate much more unease than the black comedy with Pattinson and Dafoe. In addition to offering a more unusual variation on the original story, ‘Shepherd’ plays at being an absolute horror film, one that pulls out all the stops and throws everything it has to manufacture a complete experience that is not afraid to let a character wander through the fog for as long as it takes.
Once upon a time but not anymore full movie
IMDb profileFilmAffinity profile[edit data on Wikidata] The Taking of Deborah Logan is a 2014 American supernatural horror film documentary type film. It is the feature film debut of Adam Robitel, written by Robitel and co-written by Gavin Heffernan. The film’s cast are Jill Larson, Anne Ramsay, and Michelle Ang. Set in Virginia, it tells the story of a film crew making a film about alzheimer’s patients until they discover something sinister while documenting a woman who has the disease. The film was produced by Jeff Rice and Bryan Singer and was released on October 21, 2014.
Mia, Gavin and Luis are a team created to make a documentary about Deborah, an elderly woman suffering from Alzheimer’s. Deborah is reluctant to be filmed, but agrees to it after her daughter Sarah reminds her that they need the money to keep her house from being foreclosed on. While filming, Sarah and Deborah talk about when Deborah worked as a switchboard operator for her own service company, answering calls to make ends meet.