You’re Next (Adam Wingard, 2011)

A woman named Erin has traveled with her boyfriend, Crispian Davison, to a vacation home in rural Missouri. It is a family reunion held by Crispian’s parents, Aubrey and Paul. Also joining them is Drake, Kelly, Felix, Aimee, Zee, and Tariq. Drake is Crispian’s older brother and Kelly is the former’s wife. Felix and Aimee are Crispian’s younger siblings – their partners are Zee and Tariq respectively. Unbeknownst to this family, a man wearing a lamb mask has recently killed a woman, writing the words “You’re Next” in blood. This simple reunion will hit a snag when this killer decides to pay a visit.

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June 2018 in Summary: Halfway Point

Well, we’ve all reached the year’s halfway point. I’m proud to say that I’ve already written twenty-eight reviews so far. With me having taken down my review of BioShock: Infinite earlier this year, the current count is 127. My goal by the end of the year is to reach 150, which I’m feeling good about because I’ve been able to write at least one review per week so far in 2018.

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Reel Life #5: Upgrade, Floating Weeds, and You’re Next

When it came to films, this ended up being an incongruous week. Unlike with video games, I usually don’t go out of my way to see a bad film, so I walk out of most of them with a positive attitude. This suits me just fine when it comes to writing about them, because I’d rather recommend a good film than bash a bad one; indeed, the worst I tend to see are the critical darlings that don’t live up to the hype.  Keeping that in mind, I’m sorry to say that only one of the following films will receive a passing verdict from me this time around.

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