π’œπ“‚π’Άπ“ƒπ’Ήπ’Ά 𝒦. (π’ͺ𝑔𝒢𝓂𝒾)

π’œπ“‚π’Άπ“ƒπ’Ήπ’Ά 𝒦. (π’ͺ𝑔𝒢𝓂𝒾)

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The lineage of El Monstruo must never be broken!

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  • Greener Grass
  • Lowlife
  • Dina
  • Bugsy Malone

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  • The Menu

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  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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  • V/H/S/99

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  • The Limits of Control

    The Limits of Control

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    I think I can somehow imagine what Jarmusch was trying to deliver with this - some sort of an existentialistic feeling of being abandoned in this world, and how arts and music etc. reflect our world-view and life in general. May have worked in theory, but definitely not in practice. To me, Jim Jarmusches works are all about cutting the technical nonsense to the minimum, and replacing it with powerful inner depth, such as interesting and multileveled characters - this…

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  • Fame

    Fame

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    Fame Perfectly encapsulates that feeling of being young and wanting to make your dreams come true.

    Alan Parker assembled a cast of virtual unknowns and made them shine in this beautiful and heart wrenching story of teens searching for acceptance and stardom. Β Every character is given time to develop and grow and by the end you feel like you know these people personally and sympathize with them in their struggles. Β The atmosphere and the energy Parker captures within the high…

  • The Menu

    The Menu

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    The Menu serves up a deliciously dark and wicked six course banquet of comedy, satire and terror.

    A dinner that you’d rather not be invited to, is prepared meticulously by the always wonderful Ralph Fiennes in an intense experience that’s both insane and funny. Β It’s unpredictable and has some of the most exquisitely shot food sequences ever put to celluloid. Β The cast, crew, cinematography and script all gel perfectly and leaves the viewer with one hell of a mouthfeel.

    This…

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  • Terrifier 2

    Terrifier 2

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    Love it or hate it,Β TerrifierΒ 2 definitely pushes boundaries.

    There is plenty to admire here for the gore aficionados but more isn’t necessarily better. Β With the addition of a story that is far from good, anytime Art isn’t on the screen it comes to a screeching halt. Β A few cuts and trims bringing it in at the 1hr 30m mark would have made it less of a slog. Β 

    Kudos toΒ Damien Leone for the practical effects work. Β He managed to pull…

  • Halloween Ends

    Halloween Ends

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    Carpenter has said he never intended the Halloween franchise to go beyond the first film, and after watching Halloween EndsΒ I agree with that sentiment wholeheartedly.

    There have been moments over the years of absurdity in the Halloween films but the ideas David Gordon Green presents here and the fact that they were green lit, takes the cake. Β This was a dull, illogical, dimwitted affair that did the legacy of Michael Myers a disservice. Β 

    When you struggle to find one…