Friday, May 17, 2019

(390) Look how they massacred our girl + links

By sati (harlequinade) Friday, May 17, 2019 8 Comments
  • Cannes festival is happening right now and the two most important things so far are Amber Heard looking gorgeous (don't go through replies of the ugly trolls who will probably grow up to write love letters to serial killers, if we are all so unlucky they don't die out of sheer stupidity sooner) as always and this picture of Richard Madden.
  • Here's really nice poster for Annabelle Comes Home.
  • Florence Pugh is just the greatest!
  • I'm kinda thinking Craig is doing this on purpose just to fuck with the studio some more.
  • Why does it look like Mysterio is approaching to bang Spider-Man from behind?
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, Keanu Reeves.
  • Trailer for 3 new episodes of Black Mirror which will drop on June 5th.

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019

    Let the festivites begin in new trailer for Ari Aster's Midsommar

    By sati (harlequinade) Tuesday, May 14, 2019 , , 11 Comments
    On the heels of releasing a gorgeous poster, A24 has graciously made sure I won't get anything done today - other than making countless gifs - by releasing a great new trailer for Midsommar.

    Sunday, May 12, 2019

    Screaming Sunday: It: Chapter One

    By sati (harlequinade) Sunday, May 12, 2019 , , 12 Comments
    Movie rating - 74/100
    Plot: In the summer of 1989, a group of bullied kids band together to destroy a shape-shifting monster, which disguises itself as a clown and preys on the children of Derry, their small Maine town.
    The heroes: A group of adorable children.
    The antagonists: An evil entity that takes many forms.
    Best scene: The opening sequence.
    Oh-oh something's not right line: Take it, Georgie.
    What makes it so great? While the film doesn't blend the two genres too well - one being a story about kids growing up in a terrible town, the other a horror movie - it is one of the most entertaining horror films released in the last few years. The film went on to earn an incredible 700 million dollars worldwide, making it the highest grossing horror movie of all time and I have no doubt that Chapter Two, to be released in less than 4 months from now, is going to do even better than that, especially given its amazing first trailer that was released this week.


    Friday, May 10, 2019

    (389) Bobby B. died for this? + links

    By sati (harlequinade) Friday, May 10, 2019 25 Comments
  • There's a new, very fun trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home.  
  • Well, "very fun" other than that beginning. 
  • I felt attacked. 

  • Thursday, May 9, 2019

    The first trailer for "It: Chapter Two" finally dropped!

    By sati (harlequinade) Thursday, May 9, 2019 , 6 Comments
    Finally! After weeks of anticipation and saying "it's gotta be this one!!" about every single Warner Bros. release in hopes it will have the trailer attached to it, the trailer was finally released today.


    Tuesday, May 7, 2019

    Long Shot

    By sati (harlequinade) Tuesday, May 7, 2019 , , , , , , , 8 Comments


    Long Shot is a sweet, romantic film reminiscent of comedies form 80's and 90's. Of course, given the changes in our society and audience's tastes and sense of the humor (let's face it, for the worse), the comedy genre had to adjust and become, shall we say, less refined. But I can confidently say it's the sweetest movie where someone ejaculates in their own face.

    Saturday, May 4, 2019

    Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

    By sati (harlequinade) Saturday, May 4, 2019 , , , , , , , , 17 Comments
    Ted Bundy is one of the most famous American serial killers. In addition to the fact he killed so many women and in such a horrible way, he was one of those criminals who became pop-culture icons. The media was crazy about him, the women were falling in love with him and even after he was convicted, the media circus didn't stop. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (the title comes from the words the judge used to describe Bundy's crimes) takes a very interesting approach to Bundy's story in that it is told with a lot of restraint, not focusing on the nature of the crimes, but instead depicting how Bundy manipulated everyone around him.