Possum is a 2018 British psychological horror film written and directed by Matthew Holness in his feature film debut, starring Sean Harris and Alun Armstrong.
“The dead came charging for Paulina…and all she could do was crutch down on the cold floor and scream in terror…”
If you are a fan of the original Godzilla franchise, then this monster movie was made with you in mind…
I can’t take it anymore…this day has given me nothing but stress and despair…
It seems like whenever I feel this way, the sadness creeps into me and it’s making me feel hopeless. I can just imagine myself right into your arms at this very moment. I needed to see you; I needed to feel you right next to me.
I got up from my computer desk and grabbed my keys and headed straight towards your house. The drive was slow and lucid. I can only think about seeing your deep eyes. Seducing you with everything that I have. I pull up to your apartment with the intention of kissing your full lips and settling into your arms.
The moment I knocked on your door, my heart held into my throat. I needed to see you at that very moment. Once you slowly opened that door and I saw your alluring face, my anxiety and frustrations eased away from my body.
Your short curly dark hair was wild and the only thing you had on was your dark sweatpants and grey-white t-shirt. Your small smile drew me in immediately. You knew why I wanted to see you, you gave me a warm smile as I felt your hands wrap around my waist and arm and you softly guided me into your flat, you closed the door behind us and led me into your room.
You turned me around and I stood in the front of your massive bed, staring into your dark brown eyes. You slowly kissed my lips and laid me down straight on my back on the soft matters as I started to feel you’re warm and stealth body on top of me…
Any lifelong fan of superheroes has at one point wanted to be one—to suddenly have superpowers, to fight evil, to do what ordinary humans can’t do. It’s a fantasy that’s directly entertained by “Shazam!”, as director David F. Sandberg puts the premise of “Big” into the DC Cinematic Universe as it continues to expand and lighten up. But while “Shazam!” is goofier (and darker) than it may look, you’ll love its superhero concept and it came with all the sparks.
We all have a superhero inside of us — it just takes a bit of magic to bring it out. In 14-year-old Billy Batson’s case, all he needs to do is shout out one word to transform into the adult superhero Shazam. Still a kid at heart, Shazam revels in the new version of himself by doing what any other teen would do — have fun while testing out his newfound powers. But he’ll need to master them quickly before the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana can get his hands on Shazam’s magical abilities.
This movie is super fun and it really takes you back to your childhood of reading comics or getting into superheroes. I recommend this movie for anyone that’s wants a summer fun!
This was a movie that I delayed watching for years just so I can find the right time to enjoy it. I have to say, I shouldn’t have delayed this masterpiece.
This movie takes places in modern times. Now that Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams), have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend getaway upstate with Missy and Dean. At first, Chris reads the family’s overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he never could have imagined.
This is every interracial couple’s nightmare. Going over to your potential in-law’s house to find out not only are they racist but potential psycho killers. It’s an interesting and disturbing film about race. GET OUT was fun to watch, with scenes jumping from scary, to funny and also to being emotional. Jordan brings new life to the horror/suspences genre. I really do highly recommend this film!