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Recent reviews

  • Titane



    Bathed in acid, Titane’s freaky atmosphere burns into the flesh, the bubbling stench birthing forth a provocatively disgusting film unlike anything ever even conceived before it. Striking and unforgettable performances all-around, Titane is not only intense, but completely unrelenting, a hauntingly beautiful car crash of flesh and machine that demands complete and utter attention. Transformative in technicality and display, this chameleon of a film is the sickest offspring of the Fast and Furious franchise yet, and just as equally wholesome…

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


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

    Marvel’s latest outing chops, flies, and kicks its way back onto the big screen with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. With some of the most captivating action, fight choreography, and CGI scenery in all of the MCU, it is truly a disappointment that the film inevitably feels rather dull in the end. The adorable and refreshing cast failing to enthrall due to the humorless writing and typical cliche story that holds the lion’s share of the MCU…

Popular reviews

  • Aliens



    More bombastic action adventure than atmospheric thriller, Aliens is James Cameron’s excellent sequel to the classic science-fiction focused space horror that influenced a genre. While taking a different approach, the new direction is the perfect shift for continuing the story while simultaneously destroying genre archetypes, without the monumental task of trying to directly compete with its predecessor. Motherhood is an absolute bitch, Ripley grows all the more while facing her nightmares, and Aliens is just as terrifyingly badass as the original.

  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away


    Cuteness overload accompanied by some of the most colorful and vibrant animation of all time. Not only is Spirited Away home to an excessive cast of characters defined by creativity and wonder, it resonates by telling a charming story for adults and children alike. With a flawless background and soundtrack that weaves between delightful and ominous, it is easy to get pulled into Miyazaki’s spirit world of personified creatures. Whether it be the complex imagery, themes, or emotional moments, every…