Halloween Ends (I still have to see Halloween Kills)
Dark Harvest (just heard about this one, but it seems interesting. I love Halloween-set scary stories)
Nope (sorta-kinda-maybe—Peele’s direction has impressed me but not his writing, funnily enough for a comedy writer) __________________________________________ OK, what am I missing?
I hadn’t even heard of Amsterdam before I started googling for this list, but it looks interesting.
I’m interested in seeing the reviews for The Gray Man; the Russo Brothers’ Captain America: The Winter Soldier has some unexpectedly impressive things but also a jarringly stale superhero-movie climax, I disliked Civil War, and I was mixed on the last two Avengerses. I am interested in seeing their work untied to the Marvel machine, but again I’ll wait for reviews. __________________________________________ EDIT: Salem’s Lot has been bumped to next April, inexplicably.
Black Adam The Drover's Wife The Woman King Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
(I may watch Don't Worry Darling on streaming/DVD later on, but won't go to the theatre for it)
"There is still hope." - Arwen, LotR "No man controls my destiny. Especially not one who attacks downwind and stinks of garlic." - Azim, ROBIN HOOD "Do you stop believing in the moon just because the sun comes out?" - Jack Frost, RISE OF THE GUARDIANS "I am no man." - Eowyn, LotR