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  • Princess Arete

    ★★★★½

  • Electroma

    ★★½

  • Jumping

    ★★★

  • Lost Highway

    ★★★★★

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  • Princess Arete

    Princess Arete

    ★★★★½

    9/10

    Shoutout to @malcmanishere for the request.

    Studio 4c only has this on YouTube for a limited time, so see it while you still can. It's gone after December 2nd. Also, you gotta watch it with AdBlock because it has an ad every 3 minutes. Yeah, it's so annoying.

    Anyways, the traditional European fairy tale often has a princess locked away in a castle, waiting for a male savior to arrive. However, in Princess Arete, we see the titular princess…

  • Electroma

    Electroma

    ★★½

    5/10

    Shoutout to @suazilla for the request.

    After releasing the accessible and anime inspired Interstella 5555, Guy and Thomas's next venture into cinema would be an arthouse flick shot entirely in 35mm. Instead of using their own music, we get a diverse set of needle drops, ranging from Curtis Mayfield to Frederic Chopin. It has some cool visuals (the face melting, Guy burning himself alive to Jackson C. Frank's Dialogue), but most of the movie is just Daft Punk driving…

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  • Eraserhead

    Eraserhead

    ★★★★★

    10/10

    Lust, death, and fatherhood. These are the themes present in David Lynch's nightmarish puzzle of a film. The imagery in Eraserhead is uncanny, which is backed up by an equally haunting, minimalist industrial score by Alan Splet. Every second of Eraserhead is nerve-racking.

    David Lynch once said that the inspiration for this movie came from a Bible verse. Many people online have been trying to figure what Bible verse he is referencing. Some say its Deuteronomy 24:16, while others…

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    ★★★★

    8/10

    Shoutout to @thegoober for the recommendation.

    When people talk about one hit wonders, it is usually applied to musicians like MC Hammer or Vanilla Ice, but I believe that it can apply to directors as well. For example, Tommy Wiseau, who made The Room, and never made another film after that. Or Mary Herron and Richard Kelly, who made well-respected cult classics (American Psycho, Donnie Darko), but the rest of their filmography has nowhere near the same amount of…