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  • The Raid
  • Bone Tomahawk
  • Creep
  • Hold the Dark

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  • The Last Duel

    ★★★★

  • Capone

  • The Lighthouse

    ★★★½

  • Chemical Hearts

    ★★

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  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel

    ★★★★

    One of Ridley Scott’s recent films is an epic historical drama that's fraught with frictions and uncertainties. Two friends turned bitter rivals, Adam Driver stars as Jacques Le Gris who is an admired squire accused of assaulting the respectable knight Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon)’s wife, Marguerite (Jodie Comer). The King declares duel to the death to settle the dispute. Acting was phenomenal, the stand-out was Comer and Driver (love him in The Marriage Story). Ben Affleck played Count Pierre d'Alencon,…

  • Capone

    Capone

    A strange biographical crime drama that is unfocused and misleading. Stars Tom Hardy as title character Capone, after 10 years in prison, he’s home, suffering from dementia and harrowing memories of his violent past. I like Hardy but this was weird. He plays a caricature who’s senile, hacking, coughing, spitting, and can't seem to hold his bowels. The raspy voice and slurring were hard to understand, I had to watch this with subtitles. Some of the flashbacks or hallucinations were interesting but…

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  • Terrifier

    Terrifier

    ★★

    Terrifier is a ridiculous schlocky horror slasher for gore fanatics and I'm here for it. Set on Halloween night, Dawn and Tara were out, tipsy, and goes for pizza, encountering a maniacal clown named Art who hunts them down horrifyingly slaughtering everyone who gets in the way. The guy who played Art was awesome. He’s creepy, quiet, in between the kills, he has little circus acts that were chilling to watch. The practical gore was great. Kills did get sloppier and…

  • Brand New Cherry Flavor

    Brand New Cherry Flavor

    ★★★★½

    A mysterious horror drama 8 episodes limited series made my jaw drop on multiple occasions. Rosa Salazar stars as Lisa, a novice film director who heads to Hollywood in the early 90s to make a movie sticking true to her vision, instead helplessly falling into obscure dreamlike hallucinations of sex and revenge. Salazar was electrifying, including Eric Lange and Catherine Keener who were phenomenal as well. That first episode ropes us into madness as we watch Lisa try to navigate…