In no particular order, here are some of the potentially best films of 2020:
At a certain point you get old, and suddenly, you are not up to date on new music, so it's rare when a new band (new to me at least) releases an album that makes an impact on me.
Young director Ari Aster sprang onto the scene with 2018's Hereditary, a genuinely scary horror film that was one of the years most talked about. What made it even more of an achievement was that Hereditary was his feature debut after a few short films: The Strange Thing About The Johnsons (2011) and Munchausen (2013).
Here we are at the end of May and we have most likely had the biggest film of the year with Avengers: Endgame. At the time of this article, it had taken $2.7 billion worldwide, rapidly closing in on Avatar's take of $2.78 billion. However, summer blockbuster season is upon us; but despite the usual big studio fare, there are also some excellent, smaller movies worth your time and money at the multiplex.
It has been a long 2 plus years while we waited for the Duffer brothers to take us back to Hawkins, Indiana but on July 4th weekend, season 3 finally arrives. As per usual, Netflix will be dropping the whole season in one day with a confirmed 8 episodes.