You might need a few minutes to unpack everything you feel after seeing Maria Caruso’s “Metamorphosis.”
Quite a blend of Shakespearean themes with a hint of declaring independence.
Highly charting singles on iTunes, hit songs on the radio, and profiled by publications like The Guardian, Dazed & Confused and Wonderland, all at the age of 22. For Ray Blk this is reality.
A testament — or perhaps a prime example of a film that, for a fleeting moment, takes titillating pleasure in depriving it’s audience of any hopeful repose. Through and through, the Conjuring 2 evokes such sensations, among others.