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  • Basic Instinct
  • Tokyo Gore Police
  • Thriller: A Cruel Picture
  • Black Christmas

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  • Something in the Dirt

    ★★½

  • A Wounded Fawn

    ★★★★

  • Road House

    ★★★★

  • Ga-ga: Glory to the Heroes

    ★★★★

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  • Speak No Evil

    Speak No Evil

    ★★

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

    why are you doing this? 
    because you let me. 

    Speak No Evil absolutely nails being in a deeply uncomfortable and distressing social setting—my anxiety had a field day with this one—but the most surprising thing about this is how humans are so quickly to be trusting, are we that desperate for social interaction? 

    I wanted to love this, but only ended up appreciating it for its relentlessness and feel-bad mood in the final act, knowing already that the director wanted us…

  • Halloween Ends

    Halloween Ends

    can’t tell you if evil did in fact die tonight but what I can say is that my soul absolutely did. What the hell happened here? David Gordon Green started out so strong with Halloween, giving fans a mean and new brooding look at Michael Myers. Halloween Kills was at least fun and fucking gnarly but also quickly became tedious with “who is actually the monster” narrative, but Halloween Ends, the movie that should have taken the mean yet nostalgic…

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  • Something in the Dirt

    Something in the Dirt

    ★★½

    deep in my heart I always hope this duo of hot directors go back to their roots of romantic horror mixed with lovecraftian lore like they successfully did with Spring, but Benson + Moorhead continue to explore otherworldly and outlandish ideas that just unfortunately go right over my head. the love for DIY projects doesn’t go unnoticed but Something in the Dirt is more-so about two dudes living in LA that experience strange phenomena in their apartment and ultimately decide to…

  • A Wounded Fawn

    A Wounded Fawn

    ★★★★

    “I suddenly became aware that I was both mortal and touchable and that I could be destroyed.”

    leave. 

    Greek mythological terror combining elements from 70s arthouse and recent meet-cute Fresh, minus the ass eating, but more importantly— less comedically—men and their charming personas hidden under a false pretense to win over the hearts of women in the dating world and then twisting the knife, showcasing some trippy horror visual chaos! a real treat to the eye. My favorite kind of horror that…

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  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood

    ★★★★★

    THE ACTING IN THIS MOVIE.
    THE MUSIC IN THIS MOVIE.
    THE CINEMATOGRAPHY IN THIS MOVIE.
    THE SPEECHES IN THIS MOVIE.
    THE OPENING SCENE IN THIS MOVIE.
    THE SCENES IN BETWEEN THIS MOVIE.
    THE ENDING SCENE IN THIS MOVIE.
    DANIEL DAY-LEWIS IN THIS MOVIE.
    PAUL DANO IN THIS MOVIE.

    My GOD.
    Thank you PTA.

    I'm practically speechless, but of course, I have to atleast say something besides those things stated above. PTA is a genius, a complete mastermind, I'm a huge…

  • The Black Phone

    The Black Phone

    ★★★★

    “Jesus, what the fuck!”

    Scott Derrickson went back to his Sinister roots with his looming trees, ghostly kids, and grain footage, offering us his best Stephen King adaptation without it being a Stephen King adaptation. Giving off strong IT vibes with all sorts of supernatural overtones and trauma afflicted kids, strictly heightened by numerous child performances— Madeleine McGraw, cast her in everything now!— that were both stellar and convincing. But… it’s Ethan Hawke for me, Ethan-motherfucking-Hawke; give the man a…