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  • The Wicker Man
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  • Critters 4

    ★★★

  • Sin City

    ★★★½

  • American Gigolo

    ★★★½

  • Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars

    ★★★★★

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  • The Man Who Haunted Himself

    The Man Who Haunted Himself

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “Espionage isn't all James Bond on Her Majesty's Secret Service. Industry goes in for it too, you know.”

    The Man Who Haunted Himself is a 1970 British psychological thriller film written and directed by Basil Dearden which follows a man who becomes convinced he has a doppelgänger.

    Starring Bond #3 in a role predating his turn as the spy, Roger Moore is the highlight of this mind bending twist on the Jekyll and Hyde tale.

    Whilst I’m always one to…

  • Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "Oh Captain, my Captain!"

    This review discusses homophobia, emotional abuse and suicide, so if you're sensitive to those topics, I would recommend maybe shying away.

    Ever since I've started reviewing movies here on Letterboxd, I've cometo somewhat of a realisation; I cry way too easily when watching good, or sometimes not-so-good, but still emotional, movies.

    I've been recommended Dead Poets Society a number of times now from mutuals on my Twitter, but never really got around to watching because I…

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  • Critters 4

    Critters 4

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “Congratulations, Charlie, you have just murdered the ship.”

    Critters 4 is a 1992 American science fiction comedy horror film directed by Liam Buck which follows a space station in the future who find themselves tackling the creatures.

    Noted for being the entry that rips off Alien, Critters 4 is surprisingly entertaining even if it has its dull patches.

    The cast are engaging, particularly Angela Bassett and Brad Dourif and the characters on the whole are more interesting than the previous entry.

    Overall, it’s certainly not good but Critters 4 is averagely entertaining.

  • Sin City

    Sin City

    ★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “An old man dies. A young woman lives. A fair trade. I love you, Nancy.”

    Sin City is a 2005 American neo-noir crime anthology film produced and directed by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez which is an exploration of the dark and miserable Basin City and three of its residents, all of whom are caught up in violent corruption.

    Based on Miller’s graphic novel series of the same name, Sin City is stylish, gritty and brutal, committing to the act…

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  • Spencer

    Spencer

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “Will they kill me, do you think?”

    Spencer is a 2021 historical fiction psychological drama film directed by Pablo Larraín which is a fictionalised account of Princess Diana's (Kristen Stewart) decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles (Jack Farthing) and leave the British royal family.

    An unconventional take on the biopic, Spencer may not be factually accurate but this perceived look into the fractured psyche of one of history’s most tragic figures is a beautifully compelling and empathetic tale.…

  • Drácula

    Drácula

    ★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “To die, to truly be dead, must be sublime.”

    Drácula is a 1931 American horror film directed by George Melford which follows Renfield (Pablo Alvarez Rubio), who travels to Translyvania to visit Count Dracula. He is drugged by the Count and becomes his minion. The two travel to England, where Dracula begins to seduce Lucy Westenra (Carmen Guerrero) as she becomes his first victim. This leads to Professor Van Helsing (Eduardo Arozamena) to investigate, who confirms that Count Dracula is…