Published Sep 26, 2014September is coming to a close, which means a handful of horror movies will begin popping up in movie theatres over the next few weeks. But just because Halloween's right around the corner doesn't mean there aren't a bunch of pleasant silver screen experiences waiting for you at your local cinema. Before you go, read some reviews of the not-so scary titles taking over your local theatre this weekend, then check out our Recently Reviewed section for even more film reviews.
First on the chopping block is Hector and the Search for Happiness, the Simon Pegg-starring story about an unhappy psychologist who traverses the globe trying to find some inner peace. But will this lighthearted comedy put a smile on your face? Read on to find out.
Next, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's semi-fictional Nick Cave documentary, 20,000 Days on Earth, offers insight into the creative process of a true artist, while the Vancouver International Film Festival-selected Nas: Time Is Illmatic celebrates the creation of the rapper's landmark debut.
Kim Ki-Duk's audacious and perverse Moebius is a fiendishly funny and extraordinarily uncomfortable cinematic experience, while János Szász's The Notebook is a strikingly cruel and unrelentingly misanthropic deconstruction of wartime psychology.
Finally, documentary filmmaker Mark Myers and three of his friends try their hand at standup comedy for the first time in Delivery, but is the final pay-off worth it? Click through to know.
Head over to our Recently Reviewed section for more film reviews.