• Swallow

    Swallow

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    Bar none probably the 2nd greatest portrayal of obsessive compulsive disorder ever made.

  • We Are the Flesh

    We Are the Flesh

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    It has its ups and downs….but at least the acting is one thing we can all appreciate because holy shit it has to be said again but truly phenomenal performances.

  • Get Out

    Get Out

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    This has one of the greatest opening scenes of all fucking time. The rest is pretty good too.

  • Wild Tales

    Wild Tales

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    But what about the hot pastrami???

  • November

    November

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    Probably the biggest surprise I have ever got from a film, ever. Now this is what I am fuckin talking about!!!!



    Also…..nobody mentions it but this is 100% a comedy.

  • Tyrannosaur

    Tyrannosaur

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    Every once in a while a film comes around that just absolutely rails you right in the face.

  • Hagazussa

    Hagazussa

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    I mean….at first looks this appears to be something right up my street. But I just could not get into this one. Nothing gripped me. It felt like it had all been done before. Really…this type of isolated slow paced paranoia-driven folk horror can only really be done super successfully by Rob Eggers I’m beginning to feel. And while it is impressive, it still definitely feels like a student film.Β 

    In recent years, as I see more slightly older horror…

  • James and the Giant Peach

    James and the Giant Peach

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    A film to escape to.

  • HΓ€xan

    HΓ€xan

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    As someone who’s read Colin de Plancy’s Infernal Dictionary cover to cover and done tons of research on goetic demonology, this is basically those texts and fucking iconic illustrations brought to spectacular life. A witch’s brew of gothic horror, pagan rituals and satanic sabbaths, inquisition torture instruments, and little medieval sketches in amazing sets with a flawless classical score overlayed, laced with a touch of Dark Ages humour. It’s like if you took the segments with Jack and Verge musing…

  • Winter Light

    Winter Light

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    Mostly an extremely solid 4-star film, but I will mention that there is an absolutely beautiful cinematic moment captured here that was just truly enthralling to watch - especially in such a grim and cold experience. It’s when the pastor staggers, saying finally free, falls to his knees coughing and is quickly embraced by his lover, as she kisses him and holds him. I had to rewind it it was so perfectly filmed and acted.Β 



    Anyway, besides that….this main character is an asshole and I need to see First Reformed now.

  • The Seventh Seal

    The Seventh Seal

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    Finally starting in on Ingmar. It appears I chose the best one to kick it off with…because I got a movie high from this experience that has been rarely paralleled.Β 

    So happy to be on this journey.

  • Poison

    Poison

    Tedious and just plain bad.