Genre Grandeur – Creep (2014) – Digital Shortbread

 

Hey guys, before the year is out I figured I would reblog my latest contribution to MovieRob’s Genre Grandeur. This month we talked about found footage films, so you should follow the link below to find out what I had to say about my selection! Thank you, and if I don’t talk to you before January — Happy New Year!

ffFor this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Found Footage Movies, here’s a review of Creep (2011) by Tom of Digital Shortbread

Thanks again to Tim of FilmFunkel for choosing this month’s genre.

Next month’s Genre has been chosen by Natasha of Life of This City Girl We will be reviewing our favorite Sci-Fi Movies.

Please get me your submissions by the 25th of January by sending them to scifinatasha@movierob.net  Try to think out of the box! Great choice Natasha!

Let’s see what Tom thought of this movie:

_____________________________________

creep

Number of times seen: 1 (August 6, 2015)

 

Brief Synopsis: When a videographer answers a Craigslist ad for a one-day job in a remote mountain town, he finds his client is not at all what he initially seems.

 

My take on it: If I was sitting in on a filmmaker’s private screening and s/he happened to preface…

View original post 671 more words

Advertisements

30-for-30: The Prince of Pennsylvania

Release: Tuesday, October 20, 2015 [Netflix] Directed by: Jesse Vile The Prince of Pennsylvania, a collection of testimonials about the life and times of Pennsylvania-based professional wrestlers who were wooed by eccentric millionaire John du Pont with promises of pristine training facilities and room-and-board to go along with the unique prospect of honing their skills without distraction, will go … Continue reading 30-for-30: The Prince of Pennsylvania

The Big Short

Release: Wednesday, December 23, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Adam McKay; Charles Randolph  Directed by: Adam McKay When it was announced Adam McKay would be putting his comedic muse Will Ferrell in time out so he could make a film not only steeped in but specifically commenting on the 2008 financial crisis (and the events that precipitated it), I knew … Continue reading The Big Short

The Danish Girl

Release: Friday, November 27, 2015 (limited) [Theater] Written by: Lucinda Coxon Directed by: Tom Hooper The Danish Girl, at least at a glance, looks poised to pull a Dallas Buyers Club and receive recognition, and possibly even win top prizes for both leading categories next February. The field is getting pretty stacked though, and if Leo can just … Continue reading The Danish Girl

Legend

Release: Friday, November 20, 2015 (limited) [Theater] Written by: Brian Helgeland Directed by: Brian Helgeland Otherwise known as the notoriously boring true story of the Kray twins. Much to the displeasure of anyone who might fairly assume Tom Hardy playing two roles in the same movie means that movie should be twice as fun, Legend delivers not even half … Continue reading Legend

Brooklyn

Release: Wednesday, November 4, 2015 (limited) [Theater] Written by: Nick Hornby Directed by: John Crowley For future generations, when kids look up the word 'nostalgia' in the dictionary, they'll just see a poster of The Force Awakens beside it. And, you know, that's cool. I can't say that would be a poor definition. I guess what I'd like … Continue reading Brooklyn

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Release: Friday, December 18, 2015 [Theater] Written by: J.J. Abrams; Lawrence Kasdan; Michael Arndt Directed by: J.J. Abrams It's admittedly difficult to resist feeling giddy when the familiar yellow text starts scrolling into the distance against a background strewn with stars. As John Williams' iconic score trumpets the arrival of a new era in perhaps the only franchise that … Continue reading Star Wars: The Force Awakens

In the Heart of the Sea

Release: Friday, December 11, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Charles Leavitt; Rick Jaffa; Amanda Silver Directed by: Ron Howard From the infamously dangerous Nürburgring and into the heart of the sea Ron Howard has steered his cameras in an altogether new direction, facing the unenviable task of crafting a cinematic event based around the circumstances that inspired 19th Century writer … Continue reading In the Heart of the Sea