So it looks like theaters are now slowly trying to bring something decent to the table.
In January, there was only one movie worth ranting about and that was"The Revenant", but now in Feb, there are 3 films worth of some attention.
I've laid them all out for you, now let's talk about why they're worth watching. You ready?
Okay so, the first film on the menu is called Southbound. "Southbound' appears to be a collection of short stories that all take place on a particular stretch of road where evil-sinister things happen.
Seems like it has a good mesh of horror and possibly some gore from what can be seen in the trailer. The reason I'll be watching this one is because indies have a way of telling a story in such a way that mainstream film just can't compete with.
No one is worried about being dotting all the I's, it's really more about telling an interesting story that's worth talking about. So yeah, I'll be watching this one front and center ;)
If you watched the first Zoolander, you would know that Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson in the same movie is just a barrel of laughs waiting to happen.
And who doesn't like to laugh? Laughter is something that we all need, especially with all the chaos going on in the world right now.
I don't know about you, but I'm just curious to see how Zoolander 2 is going to top the Magnum..lol That looks was fierce enough to stop a ninja star, I can only imagine what he'll do in this one.
Will you be going to see it?
Nothing better than demigods and mythical creatures battling for the life of man in a fantastical world.
"Gods Of Egypt" appears to combine elements of an epic war film, along with nuggets of unholy abominations unleashed at the hands of Mr. 300 himself, Gerard Butler.
What I'm expecting to see in this film is a solid ode to "Clash Of The Titans" and a few new faces to move the story along. So yeah, basically, if you love huge ground-crushing creatures and gods walking amongst men..this one's for you!
So now, what which movies will you be going to see? Let me know in the comments below.