Imagine falling for 121 minutes into a nightmare so absurdly psychotic, you’re left shaken by it’s brilliance.
Save yourself the headache, watch the trailer three times and do vodka shots each time you see coffee beans or a snowman.
‘Tragedy Girls’ is and isn’t what it seems to be—don’t get it twisted, it is a very good horror comedy—but like any charming psychopath the movie grabs you with its duality and its duplicity.
Dirk Gently absolutely believes six impossible things before breakfast. Afterwards he spends the day getting them done.
‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ isn’t for everyone…wide swaths of the Midwest are going to NOPE the hell out of this movie, but let me be honest: If this is your type of movie—you are my kinda person.
The Soria family has been helping travellers make peace with their darkness for as long as they can remember in Maggie Stiefvater’s All the Crooked Saints.