Adin Selimic

Sex,Drugs,Rock n'Roll and Movies of course :)

Favorite films

  • Blue Velvet
  • Taxi Driver
  • Fight Club
  • Cinema Paradiso

Recent activity

  • The Quiet Family


  • Yummy


  • Fresh


  • Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!


Recent reviews

  • The Quiet Family

    The Quiet Family


    Sometimes things get out of hand, bad decisions cost the guild, and when the going gets tough, family is always there to help us overcome obstacles. However, what if the members of the family are on the sinking ship, all because of their own business, where roses are not blooming.

    The dark-ambient film filled with black humor reveals an unpleasant realization of people who sell morality in order to preserve the existence of the business they run. Everything was preceded…

  • Fresh



    It's not an eye-popping film, but certainly quite a paranoid trip that makes the blood run cold. Creepy strangers, secret organizations and master manipulators. Inexhaustible inspiration for a good horror-thriller that clearly does not lose weight and does not falter in its intention to expose the viewer to the anxiety of the modern establishment. Of course, there will certainly be some imperfections and disappointments, starting with the fact that the story is conventional, and its main trick lies in deceiving…

Popular reviews

  • Hatchet for the Honeymoon

    Hatchet for the Honeymoon


    Precisely grounded psychopathology of the killer, at the same time, an ingenious combination of giallo and black comedy. The perception of the killer is very reminiscent of that of Christian Bale, from the movie "American Psycho". He is a fashion designer with severe childhood trauma, an alarmingly dangerous support in forming a new fetish. Elements of fantasy dictate humorous sequences in the ruthless murderer of a woman who begins to be haunted by the ghost of a murdered wife. In…

  • Malignant



    James Wan has created one truly unique film of anxiety and horror. His uniqueness lies in the ability to put his signature through various influences in the horror genre. In such an illustration, we get a full-blooded spectacle of mysticism and style that we associate with Argento, and the Giallo subgenre in general. The curiosity of the morbidity of the horrible fate in which we find King's imagination, and this is meticulously framed by various bravura "body horror" which we…