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Recent reviews

  • Dream Demon

    Dream Demon


    If you’re not a fan of a dream within a dream type films than you should probably avoid this one.  However, I myself am not a fan of the dream sequence mold of film, but this has plenty else to offer and makes this a solid entry into the lesser known ‘80s horror films.

  • Tetsuo II: Body Hammer

    Tetsuo II: Body Hammer


    I love Tetsuo: The Iron Man, but I feel alone on the fact that I feel that Bodyhammer surpasses it’s predecessor.  From the frantic opening kidnapping scene that is beyond bonkers to get all the way to the point the film makes by the end is truly unbelievable.  The addition of color also seems to make the film more vibrantly vile and I love it.  Tsukamoto for life!

Popular reviews

  • Brain Damage

    Brain Damage


    Forget Requiem for a Dream, Less Than Zero, or The Basketball Diaries.  Brain Damage is the ultimate of anti-drug films.  The film has a perfect mix of comedy, horror, and tragedy.  Somehow this film has hit it's apex now, this is Frank Henenlotter's magnum opus.  From his typical NYC locales, the insane amount of practical effects, a protagonist that you can sympathize with, and a great use of self-referencing with characters from other Henenlotter films to show the fact that…

  • Supermarket



    Roland Klick’s masterpiece of street life cinema.  The film follows a young man as he goes from some petty thefts to escaping jail, to attempted murder of a police officer, to armed robbery.....  You get the idea this young guy is hellbent on self-destruction.  The film never stops, the camera flows from one screen to the next with a very limited amount of cutting.  The film almost makes you feel out of breath by the end for it’s in relentless…