After the cold winter is over, it will be spring that promises great joy in the fantastic film industry that is full of premieres.
Possessions, religious terror, vampires or the reboot of mythical monsters are some of the ingredients that will have the films that we will review below.
Director: Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.
After a disastrous accident on an unknown planet, pilot Mills (Adam Driver) quickly finds himself stranded on Earth… 65 million years ago. Now, with only one chance to escape, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt), must fight their way through unfamiliar territory, plagued by fierce prehistoric creatures, in a heroic struggle for survival.
Director: Elizabeth Banks
The film is inspired by the true story of a plane crash in 1985 that caused a drug dealer to lose the cocaine he was carrying, which was eventually ingested by a black bear.
Set in the woods of Georgia, this wild comedy brings together a group of curious cops, criminals, pilgrims, and teenagers who encounter a D-minus super-predator who has ingested large amounts of cocaine and is on a more destructive rampage seeking more. dust … and a lot of blood.
“YARN & TINA”
Director: Rubin Stein
When Lola (Milena Smith) loses her baby, she also loses her faith in God. Hoping to recover, she and her husband Adolfo (Jaime Lorente) go to a monastery where they meet Tin and Tina, two angelic seven-year-old brothers to whom Lola feels strangely drawn. Although Adolfo does not feel the same way, they decide to adopt them. As time passes, Lola begins to fall into a spiral of suspicion and obsession with the children and their macabre religious games.
“The Exorcist of the Pope.”
Director: Julius Avery
The film will be told by Father Gabriel Amorth, a royal priest who became the head of exorcisms in the Vatican and performed more than 100,000 exorcisms in his lifetime.