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  • Saint Maud

    Saint Maud


    Never waste your pain.

    The final act of this movie is gut wrenchingly chilling and I implore that people go and support this movie in any way that they can - this is exactly what horror movies should be. 

    Clearly taking great influence from Robert Eggers & The Witch, Saint Maud is a horror movie that is purely about tone and style. I love a horror that respects its audience enough to not need a single cheap jump scare and still…

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Fantastic Mr. Fox


    Redemption? Sure. But in the end, he's just another dead rat in a garbage pail behind a Chinese restaurant.

    I cannot believe I never watched this movie before - despite the fact I saw Isle of Dogs in the cinema and loved it. 

    Fantastic Mr Fox is probably the most charming film I have ever seen. The characters are instantly loveable, the stop motion design is stunningly beautiful & the attention to detail is enthralling. 

    This movie is tight, it’s under…

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  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    Reset the clock on the Pulp Fiction viewing. 

    I actually got to see this in a real life cinema for the first time too, guess there’s at least one good thing to come from this pandemic. 

    I’ve been talking myself into Parasite coming close to this in terms of the best movie ever made lately, but watching this again for the umpteenth time reminded me that’s just not quite true. Pulp fiction remains alone atop the pantheon of exceptional cinema. …

  • Millennium Bugs

    Millennium Bugs


    Millennium Bugs is a really fun, hang out movie for most of its run time and it’s dripping with style. I struggle to see The director, Alejandro Montoya Marin, not going on to direct a huge cult classic in the years to come. 

    The presentation of this movie is certainly what it does best, it’s slick and fun to watch - carefully integrated sound effects, pulpy visuals and quirky camerawork wash over you and really help integrate the viewer into…

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  • Spree



    What we’re doing here is important, we’re creating a brand. 

    Had a bit of trouble rating this - I actually had way more fun with this than most movies I would give a 5/10 to, but I felt like the critic in me knew that this movie wasn’t good. The idea is pretty excellent - but selling it as ‘The American Psycho for the digital age’ is borderline offensive. 

    Firstly I found the movie to be pretty fun, in the…

  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween


    True bravery's being kind, even to those who are being cruel to you.

    When you criticise Adam Sandler movies online people always say ‘you just have to know what you’re getting into’ or ‘it’s supposed to be that way, it’s comfort viewing.’  - I argue this does not excuse his movies just being crap. 

    He annoys me with this, he puts in a pretty great and universally beloved performance in Uncut Gems, people are calling for Oscar Nods (which I…