Hello! As part of our ongoing efforts to improve both interaction and curation in the Movies and TV Shows Community, this post is one of many to highlight and boost members of the past week that have posted what we believe is exceptional content.
Each week, our Moderators will monitor the posts within the Movies and TV Shows Community and handpick the ones that are believed to stand out under numerous factors: post quality, length, and subject. Over all effort will be considered, and those chosen will be featured in a post just like this with a percentage of the post rewards being distributed as a reward.
There are no entry requirements, and this is not a contest, but simply a roundup intended to provide additional exposure to all of you for your efforts. Just have fun posting in the Movies & TV Shows Community and four (4) total posts will be chosen frequently.
Within the horror/horror genre, always used to follow a thin line of similar strategies to get the viewer to react according to what they see, reflect the impact in terms of the story and the scenes that stand out in movies or series, but very rarely have dared to leave that box to build their own strategies that go according to the evolution of how emotions and feelings are perceived, as human beings to be constantly modernized, extreme situations or danger also evolve, anxiety evolves and fears evolve.
Hello everyone! I recently saw a movie called "The Postcard Killings", this one was released in 2020, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who, in my opinion despite having seen only two movies in which he had the lead role, has done a great role as an actor and knows how to play the roles he is cast in, some may recognize him from "The Walking Dead". It was filmed in Great Britain and gives you a little tour of the European continent, though not for tourist purposes exactly... From what I've been told, the premiere of the movie didn't have much to talk about as it wasn't given enough attention, however, the thriller on Netflix left a lot of curiosity for those who were able to see it before the premiere. I must point out that there was no reason to see the film, I had no impulse, I had not even heard the title before, but seeing it among the recommended ones I decided to try to see it to know a little more, although the plot with the title was evident.
Congratulations to everyone that was chosen, and thank you to everyone posting in Movies and TV Shows! We look forward to next week and highlighting even more of you.