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Coming out of nowhere to become one of the major discoveries from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, The Babadook, the directorial debut by Australian former actress Jennifer Kent, is a captivating horror that plays on our primal fears of the boogey man along with providing a tour-de-force performance by its lead actress, Essie Davis.
But there’s more to this horror than what goes bump in the night. When you peel the layers what you also discover is a film that explores a dark place any parent can attest to: the brief moments when you are fed up with your kids. Kent masterfully elevates this to a heightened hysteria by presenting our heroine Amelia (Davis) as an exhausted single mother who can’t keep up with her destructive son, Samuel (Noah Wiseman), and soon...
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.
When writing a formal review, I find it’s of the utmost importance to push the source material aside and assess the piece as a stand-alone entity, but there’s also no dismissing a fan base, especially one as devoted as The Hunger Games'. As a die-hard fan myself, I take great pleasure in evaluating the film franchise as someone who’s been reading (and rereading) the books since the first was published back in 2008, so this week’s YA Countdown is a Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 review … strictly from the fan’s perspective.
This time around, I’m teaming up with Adam Spunberg of TheFandom.net and Kait Silva of...