Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac
Nick Broomfield’s follow up to his feature-length documentary Biggie & Tupac (2002) is a solid postscript to the two rappers’ tragic murders, with the benefit of some added retrospection during the intervening years.
Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur were the
Cal (Cameron Boyce) is getting bullied at school, he’s getting beaten up and accused of things he didn’t do and he feels trapped. Then he meets Cecily (Nicole Elizabeth Berger) who’s boyfriend is Vic (Aramis Knight), one of Cal’s bullies and when Vic finds out the bullying only gets worse.
Director Aneil Karia’s Surge is a character study of a man unravelling. Joseph (Ben Whishaw) lives an atomized existence. He works as a security screener at the airport. Everyday he pats down travelers, opens their baggage, and even makes some suspicious individuals undress in what has become in our societies
Chris (Chester Rushing), Tonya (Erin Sanders), Zack (Mike Manning) and Brett (Sloan Morgan Siegel) are all friends in high school. The year is 1987 and they’re the typical types of teenagers you may find in a horror movie such as this from the era. However, the urban legend of a
2018 saw the release of ‘Halloween’; a sequel that ignored the previous instalments of the horror franchise. It was distributed by Blumhouse, with composer John Carpenter returning as well as Jamie Lee Curtis as final girl of the first film, Laurie Strode. While it was successful, and became the highest