Three words. Action, Gore… and Zombies, Nazi Zombies to be exact. If you came to test your action-loving souls on this R-Rated film, then you've come to the right place. The concept of Nazi zombies may appear as a rerun from previous films to some, but director Julius Avery finds a way to make Overlord a mad, disturbing, gruesome; but yet all exciting and enthralling film to be entertained by this Spring! Horror fans will exclaim at the suspense and gore, while the rest of us will still be in awe at the body of work and talent that is the up-and-coming-cast.
With only hours until D-Day, a team of American paratroopers drop into war occupied France to carry out a mission that’s crucial to the invasion's success.
Bradley Cooper’s best decision was to star Lady Gaga alongside his role. Lady Gaga, who has done some acting in the past has rightfully received a lot of the films praise. Her performance was beautifully layered. Cooper, however, just knocks it out of the park. He is so impressive, both in his capacity as an actor and director. A beautifully written script, stellar soundtrack and genuine performances, makes this a worthwhile watch. Cooper plays Jackson who looks like a man who lives by the bottle. However, what is so refreshing, is that Cooper avoids all of the clichés so that the audience is really able to probe the depths of this individual.
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Rose Matafeo and Alice Snedden are behind Basement Theatre’s tenth annual Christmas Show