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From a young age, I was drawn to films especially the horror and psychological thriller genre. Living in a small town in New Brunswick, Canada, I later fell in love with reviewing and writing about movies. I like to bring my background in Psychology and Religious Studies to my writing and film reviews. Apart from films, I enjoy writing and drawing. However, nothing makes me happier than celebrating Halloween and playing tennis.

A CURE FOR WELLNESS: Gore Verbinski Doesn't Know The Cure

With an interesting premise & gorgeous visuals, A Cure For Wellness sadly gets bogged down by its 130 minute runtime and poor story delivery.

BEFORE I WAKE: An Emotional Disaster

Before I Wake feels like a parody of director Mike Flanagan's more successful work, prioritising emotional manipulation over story and scares.

UNFORGETTABLE: A Sexist Generic Thriller

Unforgettable is an attempt at a provocative erotic thriller, but it relies on overused tropes and cheap parlor tricks to get it done,

THE DISCOVERY: A Failed Attempt At An Interesting Idea

The Discovery dabbles in too many genres and never makes a compelling case for any of them, resulting in yet another lackluster Netflix film.

The Beginner's Guide: Denis Villeneuve, Director

In this beginner's guide, we explore Canadian director Denis Villeneuve's journey from psychological indies to mainstream blockbusters.

BEFORE I FALL: A Bold YA Adaption

Before I Fall is a young adult adaptation that manages to stand apart from the rest, presenting a lavishly told thriller about high schoolers.


The Bye Bye Man is an attempt at an urban legend slasher film that falls short due to its lack of scares and uninteresting