Till death do us part has a whole new meaning. “Ready or Not” is a high-stakes horror film surrounding a newlywed bride who marries into the Le Domas family, notorious for taking pleasure in literally hunting their new additions.
Summer 2019 was a great one for movies. Fans of every genre — from superhero flicks to shocking horror films, all the way to chaotic action adventures — were treated to an array of unique and entertaining experiences. In no particular order, here are five films that were sure to be a hit with college students this summer.
The illustrations that haunted ‘90s childhoods are back, more alive than ever. “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” is a film adaptation of the eponymous collection of short stories written by Alvin Schwartz and iconically illustrated by Stephen Gammell.
In Eisenberg’s previous performances in “The Social Network,” “Adventureland” and “Night Moves,” he played similar quirky social outcast characters, but his portrayal of Casey Davies is something different.
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is back in “Far From Home,” a sequel to 2017’s “Homecoming.” Jon Watts returns to direct this installment of America’s favorite webslinger. This sequel stands out with its mesmerizing visual effects, yet it leaves much to be desired in terms of story.