Tiny Couch Review

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  • Bloodtober: Quick Terrifyingly Bloody Movies to Binge

    Sometimes all someone needs is a puddle of blood splattering all over their screen to get their adrenaline going. Spooktober (the month of the unspoken-of Halloween) has a reputation for inciting such movie cravings, and there's nothing more frustrating than having to dig through the pits of the Internet to find a good, gory film to indulge your ache. Luckily though, I've put together a bingeable list of bloody movies to watch back to back to quinch that thirst!

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  • Tiny10’s Presents: 10 Scream Queens You Should Be Stanning

    SCREAM at the top your lungs if a killer or demonic entity is after you! Today I’ll be listing 10 underrated scream queens. These are the bad bitches who survived the chaos, bloodshed and mayhem and came out on top.

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  • Tiny10’s Presents: 10 Fantasy Horror Films to Watch this October

    It’s spooky season and boy do I have a great tiny10’s list for you guys. I’ll be recommending 10 fantasy horror films and every week for the month of Scaretober, I’ll be dropping something for you horror geeks on tinycouchreview site, so be sure to check in.

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  • Quitely Terrifying Friday 13th Weekend Watches: Ep 002 (2018 Horror Movies)

    Friday the 13th weekends are few and far between, so when they come you have to make a moment out of them! I have five horror movies from the year 2018 that will help you kickstart a creepily fun weekend. Below are movies that are quietly haunting (that I suspect you might not have seen yet)!

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  • Weekend Watches: Ep 001

    We spend way too much time trying to decide what to watch instead of actually watching something. Everybody needs a little help picking their weekend watches!

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  • Film Appreciation Episode 6: Italian Neorealism.

    “Film Appreciation” is back with another episode (this a short one) and this time we’re looking at the Italian Neorealism movement, which lasted roughly from 1942 to 1951. An extremely important and highly influential movement that came after the Second World War, the influences of this movement can still be seen in today’s cinema. This movement unlike The German Expressionism (1919 – 1926) (see Film Appreciation Episode One: The Silent Era Part 1), where filmmakers explored sexuality and emotional uncertainty by looking inside and examining the psychological effects of their environment. Italian Neorealism the filmmakers explored their realities as raw, realistically and objectively as they could.

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  • Film Appreciation Episode 5: Hollywood – The Fall and Renaissance in the 60’s and 70’s.

    Film appreciation is back with episode 5, it’s a quick one and this time we’re dealing with Hollyweird in the 60’s and 70’s. Which was an absolutely trying time for Hollywood and the world but it is one of my favourite periods in American cinema. In the 60’s the world, not just Hollywood was going through a change.

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  • Age of the Arthouse Blockbuster

    Cinema takes a new form every decade or so. We've witnessed the age of the crime drama, spy and action thriller, a sci-fi surge and even the rise of the romantic comedy in the early 2000s. Now we're finally here again, at the edge of an era, awaiting cinema to make the transformation that will dictate the next couple of years of what type of content in media we consume for our ever demanding crave for escapism. I predict this era to be the "age of the arthouse blockbuster", but are movie-goers willing to aid this anomalous take on big screen storytelling?

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  • 10 Campy Movies to Inwind to

    A so bad it's good movie is essential once in a while. In fact, sometimes these are the type of movies that stick with us the most without trying because there's a overwhelming confort inindulging something so silly and fun. A film piece you can laugh at and probe for hours with a friend makes one helluva movie if you ask me! Dig into the list below and thank me... now!

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  • Filmmaking for Newbies: Issue 003 (The Hero's Journey)

    Every film has one. George Lucas set it as a compass for his Star Wars saga. George R.R. Martin and J.R.R. Tolkien have used it as a guide as well. This is the pattern that every storyteller has learnt to adopt in order to tell a balanced story, which is centered around cause, effect and everything in between.

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