No matter how impressively a film starts, it’s the ending we remember most. A genre that all too often ends like a limp lettuce leaf is the supernatural horror and I Am Not A Serial Killer (2016) is another example of a strong starter with a lame ending. But it is still an entertaining addition to the genre because of an interesting plot twist that pits a sociopathic teenager against a senile paranormal serial killer.
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The first episode introduced us to the characters and battle lines are now being drawn. The tension between Madeline and Renata is growing while Celeste is trying to manage her very complicated marriage and Jane is slowly starting to fit in the community of Monterey.
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The X-Men film series has had a long history, spanning 8 movies over 17 years (not including Deadpool or Logan). It has encompassed many storylines, featuring many characters, over different time periods but how do they all fit together? Surprisingly, it can be done in 2 minutes. The video series “Recap Raps” from the Youtube channel “The Warp Zone” has done exactly that. It recaps the series in rapping fashion, going from the original X-Men, all the way to X-Men: Apocalypse, showing the best and the worst of the series while explaining how it all fit together. This was a nice blast from the past and it would definitely be a good thing to watch before Logan is released on Friday. It is rumoured that it is also connected to rest of the series so it will be exciting to see how it all fits together.
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Marvel movies, in general, have been mostly on the serious side as of late which was probably why I liked the original Guardians of the Galaxy as much as I did. It’s massive success inevitably spawned another. If you would like to see any other content related to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, click here. Now a new trailer has been released, promising that the fun is not about to end anytime soon, like there was ever a doubt. The film looks to have even grander action, awesome visuals, and just as much, if not more, funny bits. The chemistry between the actors was what made the first movie so great and it was on full display with Nebula looking to have an increased role within the group. I just can’t wait to see how the Baby Groot dynamic plays out with the rest of the group. Speaking of dynamic, we also get to see Peter Quill/Star-Lord’s dad Ego (Kurt Russel) for the first time. Either way, we have just over 2 months until Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is released on May 5th, 2017.
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With the month coming to an end, it’s time to look back at the movies we’ve reviewed so far this year. It’s not much yet, obviously, but you have to start somewhere.
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