The Conjuring 2

By Eric Johnson. If you enjoyed the first movie, The Conjuring (2013), you will enjoy this one as well. The Conjuring 2 (2016) takes place in London where Ed and Lorraine Continue Reading →

The Bank Job

By Debbie Elicksen. The Bank Job (2008) is based on a true story. It’s like the British version of Oceans 11 but with not quite the climactic ending. The mystery Continue Reading →

Blackhat

By Debbie Elicksen. Blackhat is a cyber-thriller that takes you on a wild ride into identifying and bringing a notorious hacker to justice. In the Collector’s Edition players can also Continue Reading →

Thunderheart

By Debbie Elicksen. Thunderheart (1992) was fabulously directed by Michael Apted against the stunning South Dakota backdrop. It’s a powerful screenplay by John Fusco, who skillfully shows the mistrust and Continue Reading →

The Box

By Debbie Elicksen. If watching The Box (2009) makes you think of the television series The Twilight Zone, you’re not out of line. The screenplay, which was written, directed, and produced Continue Reading →

Mystic River

By Debbie Elicksen Mystic River (2003) is an outstanding crime drama directed by Clint Eastwood. Brian Helgeland wrote the screenplay, which is based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. Three childhood Continue Reading →

Tom at the Farm

By Debbie Elicksen Okay, this movie was creepy as hell and you won’t be able to stop watching it, even if you have to work harder to read the subtitles. Continue Reading →

Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte

By Debbie Elicksen. Directed by Robert Aldrich and written by Henry Farrell, the 1964 psychological thriller Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte is a must-see, in my opinion.   During a party at Continue Reading →

Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?

By Debbie Elicksen. Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) was written by Henry Farrell and Lukas Heller, and was directed by Robert Aldrich. It is a classic psychological horror about Continue Reading →

Horrors of the Black Museum

By Debbie Elicksen. The 1959 Horrors of the Black Museum is a great classic horror film that was pretty gruesome for its day. It was produced in Eastman Color and Continue Reading →