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  • Berserk



    Horny, satanic and apocalyptic aesthetics; my now rich, overfilled cup of tea; bringing to fruitful life a world of corruption and brutal blood. Visually beautiful in its verbose violence, heavy shadows and intense detail, both sickeningly grisly and endearingly stunning; even with the limitations of a 90s anime the look simply rips; all at once of course assisted by a dutifully enrapturing atmosphere partnered with a killer soundtrack; both the iconic “Theme of Guts” and end credits tune “Waiting So…

  • Climax



    “Life is a selfish act.”

    A bit drunk (with more beers to come) and a bit sick (not from COVID, thank god; from bad food and too much of it) I uh, made a fun decision and chose to watch for like, the 5th time, Gaspar Noe’s Climax. A bad choice, perhaps, (cause like, FUCK) but in afterthought perhaps a good choice- cause a slightly warped mental state might be the best way to watch this, and really, get it…

Recent reviews

  • Titane



    Senses titillated; chords struck. Little words apt to describe exactly how this went down to town on me; but I can say without any doubts that it’s one of the most engaging and loaded cinema experiences I’ve had in memory. Went in not knowing anything, came out feeling everything.

  • A Woman Under the Influence

    A Woman Under the Influence


    This hurt lmao. Like, it got personal, probably too personal for Lb. Not too personal where I’m an absolute bubbling, stuttering mess, so I can still praise this as a work of art; two messiahs of acting handing out their best work while sneakily enrapturing formals capture a world of pure texture and characters. Have went on record many times claiming Cassavetes’ directing style as one of the most davidcore I’ve found; and here’s his holy grail; the catharticsm, terror…

Popular reviews

  • Mank


    David Fincher is finally making movies for this current point in time where I’m actually old to enough to see his films and appreciate them in a cinema

    And this film is going to be on NETFLIX.

    But I am ecstatic about this, best news I’ve heard in a while. Someone finally heard my prayers.

  • Tenet



    I couldn’t hear, I couldn’t think, and I couldn’t be bothered with this incomprehensible, joyless exposition dump. The plot is non-existent; the characters even less so, the music is just grating noise, the editing is rushed, the sound mixing is shamefully amateur and in the end it’s just a big, babbling blunder that’s obnoxiously hard to follow. This isn’t Nolan’s first bad film but it is definitely the first film of his where I struggled to find any enjoyment.