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What’s Showing at the San Diego International Film Festival?

The annual San Diego International Film Festival kicks off October 14th and runs for 10 glorious days ending on October 24th. Typically there are films from all over, and they consist of features, documentaries, and shorts. Here are some highlights that are showing this year.

C’mon C’mon – Directed by Mike Mills, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffman, Woody Norman, Jaboukie Young-White

Release Date – November 19, 2021

Johnny, a radio journalist, and his young nephew form a bond when they are thrown together for a cross country trip.

Sounds fairly basic, but so did Boyhood. A simple story which brought a wonderful cinematic viewing experience.

The Lost Daughter – Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Directorial Debut, starring Olivia Colman, Peter Sarsgaard, Dakota Johnson, Jessie Buckley

Release Date – December 31, 2021

While vacationing alone at a seaside location, Leda becomes obsessed with a young mother and daughter she watches on the beach. Unnerved by their relationship, Leda begins to get overwhelmed by her memories of trauma and intensity from early motherhood. An impulsive action forces Leda into a trap of her own mind where she is forced to face the consequences of the decisions she made as a young mother.

Well this sounds different. I am curious what angle this trap of the mind will be. Is it a dream like movie in which we’re in the mind of the subject the entire movie? Maybe with some periods of seeing what else is going on at the time mixed in. Or is it a metaphoric type of reference?

Ep 27: Fast 9 (R.2021)
A short, spoiler free review on Fast 9 followed by a deep dive discussion. Directed by Justin Lin; starring Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlize Theron, John Cena, Ludacris, and Tyrese Gibson.
The 9th installment of the Fast 9 franchise, brings the crew together again to face off against an old enemy, and an unexpected one.
Rated: PG-13
REEL Review: ⭐️⭐️ 1/2
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0m 0s – 3m 58s Spoiler Free
5m 15s – 22m 57s *Spoiler Alert*
Length: 2h 23m
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Midnight Mass and Haunting Creator adapting Poe’s Fall of the House of Usher.

Director/writer Mike Flanagan, who has built quite a name for himself in the horror world, is now embarking on possibly his most intriguing project yet!

Flanagan has created hit series such as Netflix’s anthology The Haunting and recently released Midnight Mass, and now he is set to adapt Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”. Currently there is not a release date but here are some things we do know:

One of the writers will be Justina Ireland, author of YA zombie novel Dread Nation and its sequel, Deathless Divide.

There will be eight parts to this limited series and will be based on some of Poe’s most famous works. Those of us who are fans of Poe’s works know “The Fall of the House of Usher” is a short story and could possibly be just one of the eight parts. The exact plot is not known at this time.

The series is obviously not connected to any of Flanagan’s previous series and this should be treated as a standalone series. Flanagan’s previous work includes: The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Midnight Mass, and Doctor Sleep.

Halloween Ends (2022)

That’s right you read that right, 2022. In July 2019, the dates of the next two installments were announced. Halloween Kills on Oct 16, 2020 and Halloween Ends on October 15, 2021. Obviously due to COVID-19 impacts, the release was delayed for both films.

This film is said to be the last installment in the Myers/Laurie Strode saga films but we’ve heard that before. My question is releasing the dates of the films on the same day, may have been bold. Going into this film knowing there will be another after with both Michael and Laurie, leaves little surprise for the fate of the two in Halloween Kills, though it doesn’t seem to have slowed the enthusiasm.

Since spoiler free is the backbone of my reviewing process, I felt I should pose the question, should they have waited to announce the dates for Halloween Ends?