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Dementer

Dementer

★★★★★

Chad Crawford Kinkle’s debut “Jugface” was impressive, but I thought this was something else. I watch a lot of horror films but very few of them disturb me even half as much as this did. Minimum budget, maximum creativity, this is thoughtful, chilling independent horror filmmaking at its very best.

Zombie for Sale

Zombie for Sale

★★★★½

I wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did. Not a typical zombie movie. There's a lil bit of romance and action plus horror and comedy – love it. I really didn't expect to laugh a lot.

this movie goes crazy. absolute banger

Everything reminds me of her

Eye trauma! Unneccesary crash zooms! Gratutious nudity! Bad dubbing, even on English speaking actors! Literal cat scares! Iffy practical effects!

Lucio you've done it again.

Jumbo

Jumbo

★★★★½

I love unconventional love stories like this alongside stuff like Her, Lars and the real girl and The Lobster. Immediately shot up to one of my fav movies of the year as soon as I watched it. Probably *the* movie I would recommend this year if I had to only recommend one movie this year.

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare is the second film in Daiei's 'Yokai' trilogy, and is even better than the first one. An ancient Babylonian vampire-demon called 'Daemon' is unintentionally unleashed from his tomb by grave robbers in the 1600's, he then hitches a ride on a European sailing ship to Japan and posseses the body of a kindly lord. A Kappa (the turtle-like water imp) who lives in the pond of the lord's house can see that the lord is actually…

This is a clearly a very low budget film, but I’ll be damned if they don’t stretch that budget as they can. This is a really good occult horror film. I got shades of Martha Marcy May Marlene and Kill List throughout. The atmosphere they create is really creepy, and I loved the soundtrack. They use a lot of non-professional actors throughout, and it gives the entire film this quasi-documentary feel that ups the tension much. Plus, you get extended Larry Fessenden action, and that dude makes any project immediately 1000x better. Definitely do yourself a favor and check this one out.