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  • House
  • Nowhere
  • Sorry to Bother You
  • Love & Peace

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  • Prisoners of the Ghostland


  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife


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Recent reviews

  • Prisoners of the Ghostland

    Prisoners of the Ghostland


    Yeah maybe don’t mix Sono with Hollywood ever again.

    While not as insightful as his other work, I do adore the love that pours out of every scene in this film, the man loves movies, and by god, this film is just one more livin’ proof of it

    (Also as a plus for me, it’s sion sono doing a Western, thats definitely a wet dream Ive had (?))

    I give it one blown up testicle out of two.

    P.S. This movie wasn’t written by him, and it defo shows (?)

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife


    There’s a scene where all the decent pacing of the film screeches to a freezing halt just so we can listen to Dan Akroyd telling us the story of how the gang split up, and I think that’s probably the biggest example of the movie’s reliance on nostalgia in order to pull those precious fandom strings, it’s just plain bad and too obvious.

    Also, the Walmart scene has got nothing on either of the previous haunting scenes from Ghostbusters and…

Popular reviews

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  • The Doom Generation

    The Doom Generation


    I love how the movie starts with an aggressive and contradictory title card: A heterosexual movie by Gregg Araki.

    The film is constantly at odds with this statement, having the two male leads constantly on the verge of kissing each other, despite their mutual affection for Amy.

    Jordan clearly has a crush on Xavier, and he reciprocates. But they are not allowed to act on it, it’s always an inch too close, always a missed opportunity. It shows that the…