There’s a new trend in the movies happening that I’m fond of. These throwback-to-the-80’s movies are now, instead of being self-aware parodies that mock a specific genre and lay on some goofy and ironic thrills, the filmmakers emulate the style faithfully and load the soundtrack with great, great music (and sometimes they soundtrack itself is a work of art). Before this, there was Drive. Before that, there was The House of the Devil. And now, there’s The Guest which carries on the tradition and blends multiple genres into one thrilling movie that blurs the lines between comedy, horror, action and drama.