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Ghostbusters (2016)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I only wish I could give this movie a 5+ star rating! I'm an 80s kid who grew up loving the original 2 Ghostbusters movies- I have a portrait of Vigo the Carpathian in my kitchen, and I made my daughter a slimer costume for this premiere haha- and I was so afraid of being disappointed by a reboot. But this is not a remake; it's a beautiful, hilarious, talent-filled tribute.

A must-see in theaters that my whole family loved! The whole audience stayed until after the credits and laughed the whole time. Also kept my two-year-old entertained throughout the entire running time for her first movie theater experience.

It seems like the minimalistic bad reviews are mostly written by trolls who probably haven't seen the movie.

The Locusts
The Locusts (1997)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie feels personal. As it's the only film written and directed by John Patrick Kelley, it probably is.

The slow development of the plot and simultaneously tragic/glamorous feel of the story isn't for everyone, but fans of films like Suddenly Last Summer and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf will find a lot to love with this film.

High Tension (Switchblade Romance)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I have to take away one star for the lack of credit to Dean Koontz's novel Intensity, from which the first half of the film copies exactly.

The other half star is taken away for the really crappy title "Switchblade Romance."

Other than these things, the film is worth seeing for its wonderful acting, directing, action, use of gore, and creativity.

1408 (2007)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Make sure to watch the theatrical/DVD version of the film and not the version that ends with Sam Jackson in a cemetery. That terrible alternate ending ruins the whole movie.

I love John Cusack, but don't love any of his movies - except this one. This type of haunting suspense from the perspective of the critical and relatable non-believer scares me the most. The scene at the window where he communicates with the shadow across the street is one of the scariest things I've ever seen!

This movie is very underrated and one of the best movies made from a Stephen King story.

Fail-Safe (1964)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A thorough, illuminating look at the suspense and dread in America during the Cold War years. The dialogue demands critical consideration and compassion for the entire spectrum of beliefs which the characters represent.

Why have I never heard of this gripping thriller until now? Probably because of the lack of patriotism of certain plot-points.
*SPOILER* The unlikelihood of one major, reprehensible decision by the president of the U.S. is actually the reason I couldn't give the film a full 5 stars despite how amazing the rest of the movie was.