Tag Archives: Kaya Scodelario

Crawl (2019) Review

A SURPRISING GATOR TERROR FLICK   While the horror genre has boasted bountiful delight of bloody slashers, psychological thrillers, and paranormal supernaturalism, the usage of animal predators has been known and utilized in various formats and presentation throughout the years. While not exclusively to the horror genre (a combination with another genre), most of these creature predators-centric movies have commonly

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Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) Review

EVERY MAZE HAS AN END   A bleak futuristic setting, a tyrannical government that holds dominance over the people, and courageous young people fighting to change the tide. Yes, I’m talking about the YA / Teen dystopian novels that were the prominent a few years back. While there were many out there (in publication) that spun a tale like this,

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The Maze Runner Review

PARTIAL FLAWED, BUT STILL A STRONG ENDEAVOR   The past several years have seen a plethora of Teen (Or Young Adult) novels adapted for the silver screen. The Twilight franchise, of course, was the big one (spanning four lucrative movies) that paved the way for others like to follow suit and make the jump from page to screen. What followed

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