FÄÄRTCÖÖMËR McDouble

FÄÄRTCÖÖMËR McDouble

Favorite films

  • Beyond Dream's Door
  • Evil Laugh
  • Curse of Evil
  • The Abomination

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  • Free Solo

  • Wicked World

  • Blood and Black Lace

  • The Bird with the Crystal Plumage

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  • Wicked World

    Wicked World

    Wicked World is so grotesquely delusional that it has something profound to say that it paints itself as a punished messiah. It is distilled failure. reactionary, puritanical politics draped in a thoughtless, vague disdain for… bad things, and touted as subversive. 

    The formalist aspects and aesthetics parallel this pretty closely. The editing encroaches on random XD territory, and essentially just jerks itself off. However the resulting ropes have to land somewhere, and they do. The editing comes off cool and…

  • Debbie Does Damnation

    Debbie Does Damnation

    This starts out way more promising than it should with a front runner for the best title sequence of all time, and a tightly shot cannibalism scene that made me think I might be approaching some Burning Moon vibes. Then british Brian Griffin in the form of a skull bat offers to untie Debbie if she agrees to go on a quest.

    So, yeah, not what I thought, and honestly this shit will definitely chafe for a good 15 minutes.…

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside

    I wasn't going to say anything about this because of the way it has saturated my echo chamber, but I am now, because Bo seems to think I shouldn't.

    I've grown up with Bo's comedy. I was a 12 year old Ricky Gervais atheist listening to Rant on my Ipod nano, Every subsequent special had new things to say, that made me think and that I agreed with, at least enough. If you go back to an old Burnham special,…

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad

    Superhero universe movies are becoming so fuckin weird, cause they have to pander to both ends of the political spectrum at the same time. This film makes quips about American exceptionalism, and calls the Bolsheviks a “red flag” in the same breath. The protagonists and antagonists are coded with a mix of revolutionary and regressive traits, which makes this film a lock that accepts every key. But like I said, the anti-capitalist sentiment is composed of random jabs at America…