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  • The World's End
  • In Bruges
  • Adaptation.
  • The Room

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  • The Prophecy

    ★★★★

  • The Reflecting Skin

    ★½

  • Dracula

  • The Vanishing

    ★★★½

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  • The Prophecy

    The Prophecy

    ★★★★

    "I'm an angel. I kill firstborns while their mamas watch. I turn cities into salt. I even, when I feel like it, rip the souls from little girls, and from now till kingdom come, the only thing you can count on in your existence is never understanding why."

    Horrorctober 2021, entry number eleven.

    I'm far from a religious person, hells, I am not even sure if I am a spiritual one but Christianity always attracted me. From a psychological and…

  • The Reflecting Skin

    The Reflecting Skin

    ★½

    "Oh... innocence can be hell."

    Horrorctober 2021, entry number ten.

    Don't you love when vapid, pretentious attempts at arthouse films set up a gazillion things only to then never address or do anything of note ever again? Don't you love shitty attempts at symbolism whose sole purpose is to keep the illusion that this garbage you're watching is in fact not garbage but a masterful depiction of childhood trauma? Don't you love to see good actors monotonously reciting their lines…

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  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★½

    "Nobody... nobody trusts anybody now, and we're all very tired. Nothing else I can do, just wait... R.J. MacReady, helicopter pilot, US outpost number 31."

    Horrorctober 2020 entry number one.

    Masterclass in suspense and atmosphere, The Thing's classic status is more than justified but it also showcases how stupid critics can be. I honestly cannot believe how this got bad reviews and ratings from virtually everyone and in my eyes, the feedback on this is one of the largest travesties…

  • I, the Jury

    I, the Jury

    ★★★

    "No, that Luger he was packing, that was no water pistol. That was his membership card."

    Cheddar-based, absurd, bordering on comical yet charming as hell gem, that's how I would describe "I, The Jury". Literally every detective flick stereotype is present. The first person narration, all of the puns and word plays, predictable plot twist, generic loungelike jazzy score, shoot outs, those lovely fade out edits, you name it. Yet, this film takes everything a step further and I love…