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  • Mamma Mia!
  • Pulp Fiction
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • Mad Max: Fury Road

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  • Lux Æterna


  • Scanners


  • Men


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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    This film is everything. It feels like it should be the only film in existence. It feels like the start of a brand new chapter of filmmaking. People like to talk often about the state of film nowadays, and while it often rings true, this one is the type of experience that makes you disregard it all. Because this piece of film right here is truly unlike anything I have ever seen and perhaps ever will see. It’s deeply inventive,…

  • Showgirls



    I’m simply at an utter loss for words, because this experience was truly something unique. A fascinating film that feels truly unique, not just in subject matter, but in its presentation. When these two come together, what we get is perhaps one of the most, if not the, quintessentially American films ever created. It’s about a world, or in this case a city that represents a microcosm, bathed in neon lights to draw your attention away from what goes on…

Recent reviews

  • Lux Æterna

    Lux Æterna


    Gaspar Noé is actually a mad scientist come to life and thank god he decided to be a filmmaker and not an actual evil villain
    Just a mind bendingly fascinating stylistic exercise that displays how goddamn difficult it is to make a film while holding onto some form of artistic integrity
    My head is spinning at how something as chaotic as this can even remotely work
    The intercut quotes are bananas 
    I saw this in a liminal space i’m convinced, lord have mercy

  • Scanners



    This plays out as a pure espionage thriller by way of body horror and sci-fi, but it falls short by never feeling fully committed to its espionage nature
    Still, this is somewhat effective in how those in power use and control any and all that are purposely kept in the dark
    The concept of scanning is so cool, but when paired with that eerie high pitch shriek and Howard Shore’s broodingly scary score, it turns these awesome powers into something…

Popular reviews

  • The Favourite

    The Favourite


    To the Oscar selection committee:

    Nominate Horacio, The Fastest Duck In The City for Best Actor 

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Two words to accurately sum up this film:


    Seriously, Boots Riley has crafted an extremely original and inventive, albeit absurd and absolutely ridiculous film about a plethora of topics, all of which are extremely relevant to our current society
    Lakeith Stanfield is a great lead and I love seeing Tessa Thompson, but Armie Hammer really steals the show with what he’s given
    Riley’s background in music shines through the great soundtrack
    The film is pretty consistent in its…