Hope

By Debbie Elicken Hope (2013) is a South Korean subtitled film about a sweet eight-year-old girl, who was brutalized, raped, and left for dead on her way to school one Continue Reading →

Nightingale

By Debbie Elicksen. Peter Snowden (David Oyelowo) is a war veteran. He documents his days and feelings through a webcam while his dead mother decomposes in her room. We see Continue Reading →

Big Driver

By Debbie Elicksen. Big Driver (2014) is based on a Stephen King novel; the screenplay is written by Richard Christian Matheson.  Writer Tess Thorne (Maria Bello) goes out of town for Continue Reading →

We Need To Talk About Kevin

By Debbie Elicksen. We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011) is a chilling psychological drama. Tilda Swinton plays Eva Khatchadourian, a mother who has trouble bonding with her son Kevin, Continue Reading →

True Story

By Debbie Elicksen. James Franco is exquisitely creepy in the 2015 drama True Story. The screenplay was written by Rupert Goold and David Kajganich. Goold also directed the film. Video Games Continue Reading →

Chloe

By Debbie Elicksen. Amanda Seyfried‘s performance will wow you in the psychological thriller Chloe (2009). This is an excellent twist on the suspicions of a cheating spouse plot. Erin Cressida Wilson 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 →

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 →

FX, HBO and ABC Shake Up TV with Anthology Format

By Debbie Elicksen While it seems new and refreshing, anthologies are really not new to the television domain. Past productions have been focused mostly on the mystery/horror/science fiction genres and Continue Reading →