The year was dark and filled with terrifying movies.
We had the release of Resident Evil 7, a movie that is already one of the most divisive in cinema history, and the release and subsequent sequel, The Last of Us, both of which were met with critical derision.
In the year that followed, we had The Predator, a film that received widespread acclaim for its horrifying depiction of female violence, but which also came under fire for the fact that the Predator never actually killed anyone, and that a female protagonist did.
We also had a slew of films that made a number of bold claims about the humanity of the victims, whether it was the release this year of Inception, which claimed that its protagonist was the embodiment of the human spirit, or the release in 2017 of the first trailer for the film The End of the Tour.
The year also saw the release, in 2017, of the best-reviewed movie of all time, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, a masterpiece of a horror film that made more than $2 billion worldwide at the box office.
The End is an incredibly complex film that deserves all of the accolades that it gets.
Its power to transcend the genre, however, lies in its ability to tell a haunting story of a person whose past, present and future have been erased.
What is so compelling about The End and other films like it is not just the fact they tell a harrowing story of trauma, but also the way in which they are told.
In The End, the story is told through a series of flashbacks to a past that has been erased by the events that took place in the present.
The first is a flashback of an older woman who is murdered in a hotel room by a group of strangers.
This flashback is the only one that occurs in the film.
It is a chilling and heartbreaking moment.
The next flashback is a similar event.
This is the second.
And then there is a third.
This sequence tells a story of the man who murdered the woman in the first flashback.
This man is revealed to be one of those individuals who has taken the body of the woman who was killed and turned it into a weapon to hunt down his fellow man.
The end of the world is coming, and this is the reason why he wants to kill the other men.
In a way, this is a good thing.
Because it shows that we are all human beings who need to be punished.
The man who killed her has a past.
He has a history.
He may not be evil, but he has a future.
He wants to be the one to end the world.
His future is as uncertain as anyone else’s, and he is willing to kill to make that future happen.
The other man, who is still out there, is a character who is not entirely sure what he is doing, but is determined to do it.
His motivations are also not completely clear.
He is determined that the world ends on this day, that all of humanity is saved, and in a way this is his revenge.
In both the first and second flashback, the viewer is able to see the past through the eyes of the two men who have been murdered.
These men have been taken from us.
They are not only victims of this crime, but they are also the people who have caused it.
These people, the people that have been killed, have been destroyed.
This fact is brought to the fore in the second flashback by the narrator, who narrates that these two men were not simply the victims of the crime they were in, but of the people they have become in their past.
They have become the people the world has been created to hate.
It was in this way that the man, now known as the man with the sword, began to make sense of what happened to him and the people he has become.
We are all victims.
We have all had pasts erased by a series that has made us hate and fear each other.
We all need to do better.
In order to make The End work, the film needed to tell this story through flashbacks.
This was not easy, as The End was written as a prequel to The Last Of Us.
This means that it needed to be told from the point of view of the characters in the past.
The problem with telling the story of these two victims was that the flashbacks are so vivid, that the viewer was left with a sense of the past that was as vivid as the memories that they were experiencing.
When we were told these stories from the characters’ perspective, we could feel what was happening in the world around us.
We could see the world through their eyes, and understand the feelings that they have towards one another.
And, in doing so, we felt that we were truly witnessing a moment in time, and not just an event in the distant past.
This feeling of being present and connected to