1.THE INVISIBLE MAN
With this updated take on the H. G. Wells tale, writer-director Leigh Whannell has done just about everything right, delivering a tense, clever thriller with touches of both horror and sci-fi.
When the police refuse to believe her story, she decides to require matters into her own hands and fight back.
Oh. my. god! This movie was, IMO, the simplest movie of 2020 so far! It had everyone within the theatre 0 engaged throughout and there have been several moments where you’ll hear audible gasps from the movie goers lol
This film has everything and didn’t leave us wanting, like many other films this year have.
Suspense, action, emotion, a couple of laughs, and plot twists!
My only regret is that this film isn’t available to stream yet!
One of the few films i might actually pay to travel see again!
A Spanish fantasy thriller may be a movie a few prison designed in tower format where prisoners are fed with the assistance of a platform that travels across the tower which moves from top to bottom with a system that every inmate should consume only their share of food. It seems to be the prisoners at top levels quite required leaving the others below them starving. It results in bringing out the wilderness and cannibalism among prisoners.
Thrilling tale about a deadly creature at large in the Chicago Field Museum. Following several grisly murders, a policeman teams up with a biologist to find the demonic force stalking the corridors of the museum. With the museum’s gala opening being imminent, they face a race against time to track down the creature before it strikes again.
5.THE OTHER LAMB
A young woman begins to question the foundations of her religious sect in this visually stunning yet shallow feminist fable.