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  • Drive My Car

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  • Are You in the House Alone?

    Are You in the House Alone?

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    TV movies are always given a bad rap, but they're actually some of the ballsier films out there.

    Are You in the House Alone? explores a great deal of aspects around the unfortunate subject of r@pe. More so than any other film that has come out around that time. It was falsely marketed around as a slasher film, when really it's a realistic and devastating portrayal of something that happens way too often.

    All the performances are fantastic, especially from…

  • Limbo

    Limbo

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    Ever done enough drugs to see yourself plunged right into the heart of hell?

    Well that's what happened to Tina Krause. And it took her two years to recreate that experience, with this DIY SOV lo-fi trashsterpiece. It molests your senses with distorted images and noises. Negative colors, strobe lights, black lights, static tv sets, screams, dingy warehouses, dirty bathrooms, shady bars, faceless creatures, gutless sacrilege...

    It can do with a bit of dissection, but this feels so iconic. I…

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  • Nightmare Alley

    Nightmare Alley

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    I love Guillermo Del Toro, and I'm sure this was a passion project, but this was just too indulgent.

    There's a lot of great actors in this film, that just seem wasted, even though they were all great. The film looks fantastic, from beginning to end. The looping was a bit off at times. It's longer than it needed to be, some of the motivations did land properly, and I just honestly don't think this film needed to be remade.

    Sorry. But it's just okay.

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car

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    I've read the short stories by Murakami that this film is based on, and like Lee Chang-dong's Burning, this film enhances so much with it and more.

    Layered and dynamic and so beautiful. It's a modern masterpiece, and I can't wait to watch it again.

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  • mother!

    mother!

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    Oh boy...

    Controversial? sure.

    Pretentious? nah.

    Unique? yes.

    Intense? undeniably.

    Scary? not the scary you're thinking of.

    Good? very.

    Once you get the metaphor, the message is straight forward. But it doesn't bash you over the head with it (unlike what some people think). Aronofsky is just telling it as it is, through his own interpretation of the story. I think it's quite brilliant, the way he pulled it off.

    I would like to Highly Recommend this film, but it…

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story

    I wish that I was alive when Star Wars, directed by George Lucas, hit theaters. It was a completely original, special effects heavy B-movie that took everyone by surprise. A commercial success. The people's choice. A movie for everyone, old or young, with no strings attached...

    That will never, ever happen again.

    Whether it be today, tomorrow, or as long as we travel the path that we're currently on in the verse of cinema. That will never happen again.

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