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  • Assassination Nation

    ★★

  • Alien: Covenant

    ★★★

  • Robot Monster

    ★½

  • Young Frankenstein

    ★★★★★

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  • Assassination Nation

    Assassination Nation

    ★★

    HORRORx52 (2022)

    40. Canada
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    in 2013 the purge told us that we live in a society ✊😔

    in 2018 assassination nation told us that we live in a society but with internet ✊😔✊😔

    in 2019 joker told us that we live in a society but with gamers ✊😔✊😔✊😔

    but of course none of them match the original ✊😔✊😔✊😔✊😔

    The citizens of Salem witness the reputation of their mayor falter to pieces after an online leak show some compromising photos…

  • Alien: Covenant

    Alien: Covenant

    ★★★

    Horror Hunt #49 (July 2022)

    1. Most recently released horror film from a franchise
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    Oh hey they made Prometheus again. And they remembered to add the xenomorphs this time!

    So basically anything I have said about Prometheus can be said about this. It looks fancy, but it spends so much time giving answers to questions that I never asked in the first place. But, this time they added shameless and gory Xenomorph fan service for fans of the OG Alien films. And that's enough for me, really. Unlike the xenomorph, I am a simple and flawed organism.

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  • Monster Hunter

    Monster Hunter

    Paul W.S. Anderson: Man, defiling a beloved video game franchise sure was exhausting. Now what will I do?

    Monster Hunter: *Exists peacefully*

    Paul W.S. Anderson: Weelll helloooo.

  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    Spooky Scary Horrorthons - Film #16

    The term timeless is being thrown around a lot, but John Carpenter's The Thing hasn't actually aged a single second in 32 years. The masterful use of godlike practical effects and impeccable suspense is something that is rarely seen in the world of cinema at such an impressive level.

    The story centers around a group of burly men (including a heavily bearded Kurt Russell and my #1 man crush Keith David) working at a…