Manly Movies

Horror

Jigsaw (2017)

Jigsaw (2017)

Jigsaw    27 Oct 2017

R 92 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 892 votes

Those Saw movies used to be good, at least the first one. There were so many sequels I don’t really remember if I enjoyed any, maybe the second one wasn’t too bad. The ‘matter of time’ part has passed and now there is another one out there. Ideally, this kind of update comes when someone offers a premise that is too good to resist, but in this case it’s just another case of the money being too ...

The Ritual (2017)

The Ritual (2017)

The Ritual    09 Feb 2018

TV-MA 94 minReleased

6.3
IMDB: 6.3/10 659 votes

The Ritual opens with a group of men in their 30’s discussing a potential ‘man’s trip’, a suitable getaway/holiday. They consider Ibiza and Amsterdam, but conclude that these are boring venues for 20 year olds. Vegas is another option, sort of like The Hangover, and another unique idea is to go hiking through a trail in the Swedish wilderness. And so begins Netflix’s new movie, which rips off Predator, The Blair Witch and The Wicker Man. Based on ...

The Predator (2018)

The Predator (2018)

The Predator    14 Sep 2018

R 107 minReleased

5.4
IMDB: 5.4/10 879 votes

The Predator is not the corrective surgery we were hoping for when we first heard that Shane Black would direct an all new movie. The franchise was first soiled by Paul W.S. Anderson with AvP in 2004, followed by two more movies that were also unsatisfactory. But what kind of fate is this, where Shane Black himself creates the worst movie of the whole series? One that’ll probably kill the whole thing off as we know it? From ...

Summer of 84 (2018)

Summer of 84 (2018)

Summer of 84    10 Aug 2018

Not Rated 105 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 297 votes

Most manly men, grew up with kid flicks like the Goonies or Gremlins, and since a few years it’s trendy in Hollyweird to make money with neo 80’s material. I didn’t like much the neo 80ies stuffs involving kids as main characters I think they failed.From Super 8 to Stranger Things, or even the most over hyped flick of 2017 : Stephen King’s It. Hot Summer Nights had some qualities though. At last I was pleasantly surprised to watch Summer of 84, ...