• Hounded

    Hounded

    ★★

    Yet another The Most Dangerous Game. This time set in the English countryside. Nothing new here, but at least we met Miss Moneypenny with some big ritual knife.

  • The Viewing

    The Viewing

    ★★★

    No, niech będzie...

  • Dreams in the Witch House

    Dreams in the Witch House

    ★½

    Harry-Potter-ification of H.P. Lovecraft. What the hell was that?

  • 1883

    1883

    ★★★

    Elsa z amerykańskiej prerii. I jej monologi wewnętrzne. Ech...
    Yellowstone jednak wyżej.

  • The Duel at Silver Creek

    The Duel at Silver Creek

    ★★★½

    I've seen fancy dressers like her before. They can do more harm to a man sometimes than a pair of six-shooters.

    Don Siegel's first western and the most "Noirish" one, even if shot in gorgeous color. Including: voice-over narration by the main character (marshal with a crippled hand!), a deadly femme fatale and crime plot elements. Pretty solid little work.

  • The Lair

    The Lair

    Neil Marshall znalazł wreszcie swoją muzę, ale ta tylko zwodzi go na manowce.

  • Bullet to the Head

    Bullet to the Head

    ★★½

    To był chyba opus tzw. hollywoodzkiej kariery Weroniki Rosati.

  • Accident Man: Hitman's Holiday

    Accident Man: Hitman's Holiday

    ★★½

    Enough with this toxic masculinity!

    Scott Adkins kontra Paco, nieodczuwający bólu klaun z wielkim młotem.
    I humor gitówa.

  • Terrifier 2

    Terrifier 2

    ★★★★

    Sienna: Warrior Princess.

  • Macho Callahan

    Macho Callahan

    ★★★★

    A bit of The Wild Bunch, a bit of The Hunting Party or The Searchers... The machine gun sequence and the "rape becomes romance" plot line... All violent, bleak and visually stunning (especially great opening scene!). The early 1970s was definitely a special time for the genre.

  • The Winds of Autumn

    The Winds of Autumn

    ★★★½

    Charles B. Pierce was truly addicted to the slow motion effects and I think it was beautiful.

  • Burial

    Burial

    ★★½

    A co tutaj robi trup? Na moim kuchennym stole?!