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  • Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood

    ★★

  • Roadgames

    ★★★

  • Laserblast

    ★★

  • The Untitled Star Wars Mockumentary

    ★★★★

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  • Labyrinth of Cinema

    Labyrinth of Cinema

    ★★★★★

    Film #6000! Another cinematic milestone for me, and Labyrinth of Cinema seems like an incredibly fitting selection.

    Recommended by my good friend Matt, this is a movie that has been on my radar since its release. Stephen mentioned it on the first STACK awards video ,and it's a movie I've been excited to get to, but also rather hesitant. An artist's final work feels like a truly momentous occasion, something worth building towards, I didn't want to just skip to the end. I wasn't…

  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action

    Looney Tunes: Back in Action

    ★★★★

    Joe Dante is a product of 1950s culture. His films often blend the aesthetic of cheap B-movies from that era and cartoonish comedy, making him the perfect director to attempt to bring the Looney Tunes to the big screen... again.

    Dante wears his influences on his sleeve - Roger Corman, Chuck Jones, Frank Tashlin, his style of filmmaking feels like an ode to these craftsmen but in his own distinctly charming way. Dante's appreciation for legendary animator Chuck Jones stems…

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  • Grass Wizard

    Grass Wizard

    This is a really interesting fusing of worlds. The everyday and the mundane collide with the spiritual, the mystical, and the seedy underbelly of true crime. Grass Wizard is a charming debut short film, and I feel it reflects the director's personality in an endearing fashion. Sixten is an inherently very funny person, and that comes across through this short. There is an intrinsic humour to Grass Wizard, despite the malicious and sinister nature of the story and its execution,…

  • Dark Angel: The Ascent

    Dark Angel: The Ascent

    ★★★

    Spooky Summer Scavenger Hunt 2022 #5 - A film from Full Moon Entertainment

    I’ve seen many of the films that Full Moon Entertainment have put out over the years. Charles Band’s notoriously sleazy cinematic empire has its ups, downs, and subterranean schlock. Dark Angel: The Ascent is, by Full Moon standards, great. The opening sequence alone showcases more creative ambition than most of Full Moon’s output; a hellish atmosphere, a depiction of eternal damnation! Veronica, our protagonist and titular Dark…

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