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  • The Beyond

    The Beyond


    Apparently many people had problem with the inconsistencies of the narrative and finding it hard to follow the entire story, which I've found sort of cool because it makes me feel like I'm ain't stupid for not being able to follow everything though I understand the basic premise.

    It is now obvious Fulci is among (if not the) most gruesome and brutal of all the giallo directors, at least among the big names that helped make this subgenre a phenomena.…

  • The New York Ripper

    The New York Ripper


    Although Fulci is no stranger to the slasher genre (after all, the "giallo" genre by default draws a lot from it) this is arguably one of the few where he leans more toward it. Also, while there are plenty of bloody deaths, in comparison to his earlier work, the kills are much more sanitized.

    Fulci did an excellent job in capturing the filth and sleaze of New York in this movie, a city that from what I read was far…

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  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat


    Long story short, this movie was supposed to be released at our local theater this week but unfortunately the theater's site didn't get updated correctly until Friday night. So I would have probably missed this if I didn't check the theater's site again on Friday night.

    In many ways, I am proud that I did this as I can visualize people enjoying the movie much more on the big screen with an active audience – though differently than Godzilla vs…

  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines


    Finally, after reading and hearing both praise and criticism about this new Sony animated film, I was able to see what all the fuss was about.

    On one hand, if the goal of this movie was to capture the madness and energy of the Japanese games show, it succeeded tremendously. The hyperactivity that this film showed throughout was both contagious and extremely irritating. I would have appreciated some balance, but I cannot lie if I say several of the graphics…