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  • Ordet


    There’s something unbelievably powerful at play in Ordet. Something so grand, so overwhelming, so eternally beautiful that touches upon something so primal in every single person on earth, yet strangely still feel hard to describe. Ordet is about mankind's place in the universe, it’s about maintaining our sense of self, about finding that most primal sense of happiness, while simultaneously accepting that we all will encounter tremendous pain that will push us to the brink of destruction, and why we…

  • The Velvet Underground

    The Velvet Underground


    I’ll never forget the first time I listened to The Velvet Underground’s “Heroin”. John Cale’s viola completely rewired my brain and suddenly I was a completely different person. Previously, I had just listened to whatever was on the billboard charts or whatever was popular in school. How could something so dark, so noisy and so ugly, sound so incredibly beautiful? I became obsessed. Now, there was this powerful, uncontrollable curiosity powering my every move. Soon I started chasing new experiences…

Recent reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Last Night in Soho looks and sounds like a million bucks, but like many other people have pointed out : the writing leaves a lot to be desired. As Edgar Wright adds more and more layers to the story, the film either become very repetitive or incredibly forced and that third act is really disappointing. And it never builds on the time travel premise and evolve the storyworld, which means much of the horror kind of wears off, when the…

  • Lux Æterna

    Lux Æterna


    Gaspar Noe’s Lux Aeterna sets your eyeballs on fucking fire. It's an incredibly visceral experience drenched in a neon hellscape, cut to pieces by jarring editing and set to a brooding synth score that pulls everything back together into an irresistible beat. However what makes it truly something extraordinary is how is also manages to be a timely update on works like Benjamin Christensen’s Häxan and Carl Th Dreyer’s Day of Wrath. It moves the age-old story of the troublesome…

Popular reviews

  • Get Out

    Get Out


    I’m the classic hipster contrarian douchebag, so when “Get Out” shook up cinemas around the world four years ago, I for some stupid reason said to myself “Oh everyone likes this? It’s probably not that good then!”. What a big, fat, dumb idiot I was.

    The most purely entertaining film I’ve seen in quite a while. What an absolute joy and a much needed breath of fresh air into the mainstream film landscape. Told through a smart allegory for race…

  • Do the Right Thing

    Do the Right Thing


    Do The Right Thing feels so present on your screen. Usually when you watch classics like these, it feels like you’re looking at them through museum glass, but this film just has an unbelievable, undeniable energy that washes over you with tremendous force. It’s so ahead of its time through its superbly structured plot, pacing, genre and especially with the handling of its themes. If you compare it to a film like Philadelphia, another film that brought a much-needed discussion…