James Bond should avoid being with any kitchen knife: Michael Myers is back and he’s ready for a bloody murder at the box office and during the broadcast.
This weekend, Jamie Lee Curtis again takes on a masked maniac during Halloween, with Matt Damon and Adam Driver playing the role of medieval rivals, Leslie Adam and little Cynthia Erivo in the 14th-century combat thriller. the romance of time travel and Todd Haynes (“Carol”) directing a documentary about the prestigious rock band Velvet Underground.
Here is a guide for new movies to suit any movie:
Preview:“Halloween Kills” is a step towards Jamie Lee Curtis ’horrible franchise.
If Michael Myers is your number one scary man: “Halloween kills”
This silent psycho will return to Haddonfield again after the 2018 Halloween hit. Michael escapes the trap of fire and is released, the townspeople form a vigilant group to kill him once and for all, and Lori Strode (Curtis) is hospitalized with a knife wound and other disorder. Dividing his enemies Lori and Michael into different parts leads to an unstoppable sequel, even though the bloody finale successfully delivers the overflowing soldier.
Where to see: In theaters and peacocks
Rating:All Halloween movies (including the new sequel to “Halloween Killer”)
If you want to see the medieval A-list egotistical brethren: “The Last Duel”
Director Ridley Scott’s 14th-century drama portrays a narcissistic, warlike French knight (Damon), a proud squid (driver), and the knight’s wife (Jodie Comer). the point of view of each protagonist. Used in this film, it misses its socially conscious character, but it is brutally and violently portrayed, but Comer amazes the woman who reveals her truth, risking her life.
Where to see: In theaters
Preview:“The Last Duel” is a drama that doesn’t fit the woman’s point of view
If you need another time travel movie: “Needle in Timestack”
In the near future, when rich people are able to change things from the past, Nick (Adam) struggles to share with his wife, Janine (Erivo), changing the timing of his rich ex (Orlando Blum). Nick is married to his new college girlfriend (Freida Pinto) and creates a new schedule. While time travel is a little unbelievable with its logic and very sentimentalism, the romance of writer / director John Ridley is at least thought-provoking to explore love and destiny in an engaging way.
Where to see: In theaters and on Apple TV, Voodoo, Google Play
Cynthia Erivo:To play the role of Armi Franklin, the Emmy nominee released a star debut album
If you live for the legendary Swedish director Ingmar Bergman: “Bergman Island”
The cinematographers come out with an interesting meta-story from Mia Hansen-Love’s silent introspective drama. Vicky Krieps and Tim Roth, as film and director, visit Fergo Island, where Bergman photographed his famous projects for work and pleasure. Each in a different place of creativity and fame, a coupleslowly get out of your way as the story is woven into an in-film film, where the young director (Mia Vasikovska) attends a wedding, dances to ABBA, and reconnects with his first love (Anders Danielsen Lie).
Where to see: In theaters
If you dig non-traditional rock documents: “Velvet Underground”
Velvet Underground wasn’t your usual musical outfit, why should it create a simple film? Haynes uses archival footage, interviews with group members and relatives, as well as a separate screen technique to explore the origins of the New York group in the 1960s and 70s. The documentary deals with music, rock, classical and avant-garde songs, and everything about the unchanging singer Lu Reed is amazing, especially with his troubled relationship with band manager Andy Warhol.
Where to see: Apple TV +
“Velvet Underground”:Director Todd Haynes “would have given everything” to include Lou Reed in the new document.
If you know kids about horror movies: “Fever Dream”
The little thriller in Spanish, told through an invisible conversation between a protective mother named Amanda (Maria Valverde) and a strange neighbor child, David (Marcelo Michinaux), has a dark and other worldly nature. Their voices reveal the mystery surrounding Amanda’s family’s escape from Argentina with their daughter and David’s relationship with his Mercurial mother (Dolores Fonzi).
Where to see:Netflix
If you like to have a few extra movies: “Medium”
In the Asian shock-drama, the Thai film crew follows a local shaman (Sawanee Utoomma) Nim, who was a vessel for a healing spirit named Ba Yan in his family. Visiting his separated clan, Nim notices that his nephew Mink (Narilya Gulmongkolpech) is exhibiting strange behaviors of being a shaman, but he begins to worry about the presence of evil. It’s an abnormally slow burn, “Paranormal Activity” and “Blair Witch” vibrations because it makes it even more annoying.
Where to see:Vibration