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  • Magic Lizard
  • Invocation of my Weirdo Neighbor
  • Jester's Rotunda
  • Molester's Train: Dirty Behavior

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  • Birth of the Pool

    ★★★★★

  • The Adjuster

    ★★★★★

  • No Resistance

    ★★★★½

  • Coffee Cake

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  • The Black Cat

    The Black Cat

    ★★★★★

    You should always trust the dreams you have during a psychic bubble witch movie set apocalypse. These colors don't run, except they do. Green scuzzfuck witch slime from mouth to mouth, open wide and eat my witch puke. Levana's murder set pieces in rainbow black darklight. Let me tell you about baby. Baby is perfectly sedate. baby knows it's fate. My baby is a witch boy. Actress, Model, Dancer - these are the desired occupations of a sleeping witch, of a third mother. And with more glowy maternal confusion, a trilogy is closed. Fuck the Mother of Tears. Cozzi got it a right.

  • Messiah of Evil

    Messiah of Evil

    ★★★★½

    Velvet Vampire goes Pop Shopping. Too drunk on red vodka cocktails to know it's a zombie movie. What's a zombie movie? figures in the landscape, where the beach is one endless oil painting and Dad's paint cool murals all over the beach house walls. This movie is made out of cinnabar and jade women who shop at supermarkets during the Anti-Christ apocalypse. Dawn of the Dead walking along the beach at night, holding hands with Jean Rollin.

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  • Birth of the Pool

    Birth of the Pool

    ★★★★★

    Feels like a return to form of sorts in it's playful naivety and wonderment of a world that Giuseppe obviously feels very outside of. These later films can be weighed down with themes of impending doom, which sounds better than it is as signs that he was being swallowed up. But Birth of the Pool is explorative and easy like Sunday morning. He expands his understanding of a space by imagining the invention of the swimming pool, the film is…

  • Pig Death Machine

    Pig Death Machine

    ★★★★

    It's interesting to finally see a Moritsugu film from the digital era. I love how he uses the medium, even if at times it feels at odds with his hyperactive punk style. I was fascinated by Lipton Sweet's psychic counterculture Poison Ivy portrayal. Amy Davis always brings the heat.

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  • I Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Know What You Did Last Summer

    ★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I've seen this movie many times but not until this most recent viewing did I realize that Sarah Michelle Gellar is a beam of light, like a sunflower, an angel, a Precious Moment. A perfume counter girl with high-waisted denim shorts and cigarette affixed silver fingernails. Her chase scene is poetry in motion. The death of a beauty queen, tragic like an Opera. She runs and she runs. She breaks glass, she crawls out of a car window belly down,…

  • Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

    Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

    ★★★★★

    This was my introduction to Almodovar and is my forever favorite.

    When I first saw this film I would soon be entering the last echelon of my marriage. I didn't know it at the time but soon he would cheat, and I would catch him. I would have what I later realized was a nervous breakdown, and I would quit my job, digging us even deeper into poverty. I would lose forty pounds because I couldn't afford drugs or alcohol…