• Green Street Hooligans

    Green Street Hooligans

    ★★★½

    Journalists should stay away from this movie. lol

  • False Trail

    False Trail

    ★★★½

    When the case is closed, the investigation only begins ...

    Good sequel to Jägarna [The Hunters] (1996). If you are a fan of nordic noir, you should watch it.

  • Army of One

    Army of One

    ★½

    Man, this was bad!

  • The Guilty

    The Guilty

    ★★★★½

    What a great film to start the new year with!

    Never thought listening to phone conversations for an hour and a half could be so thrilling and exciting.

    Another amazing piece of nordic noir.

  • Creep 2

    Creep 2

    ★★★½

    Creep 2 (2017) is decent, but suffers from a weak ending. It has that kind of ambiguous ending which is so typical of cheap horror movies. I prefer the straightforwardness of the first film's ending, a straightforwardness which made that movie (the original Creep) all the more disturbing.

    Luckily for us, Creep 2 is not a cheap horror movie. The shocking opening sequence, for instance, could not have been better, and serial killer Aaron (aka Josef) is here just as terrifying as in the first film. All in all, a good sequel.

  • VFW

    VFW

    ★★★

    VFW (2019) = From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), but with drug addicts instead of vampires.

  • Pontypool

    Pontypool

    ★★★½

    An interesting, original take on the zombie movie.

    Do not forget: kill is kiss!

  • The Strangers

    The Strangers

    ★★★

    Kind of a Funny Games wannabe, which does not come even close to that 'mother of all home invasion movies'. Still, what a great first half hour!

  • The Dark Half

    The Dark Half

    ★★★

    The Dark Half (1993) = The Student of Prague (1926) + The Birds (1963)

  • Sniper: Legacy

    Sniper: Legacy

    ★★½

    The final kill is as impressive as it is brutal. Well worth waiting for.

  • Shame

    Shame

    ★★★½

    Shame (2011) starts off with the correct observation that women desire emotional relationships, and men sexual ones. But then, at the end of the film, it seems like director Steve McQueen tries to convince the viewer that, given the right circumstances, men can (should?) change.

    Shame on you, Mister McQueen, for trying to sell us such a simplistic message.

  • The Invisible Guest

    The Invisible Guest

    ★★★★

    The Invisible Guest (2016) = Rashomon (1950) + Witness for the Prosecution (1957)