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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man



    Gotta love how this guy, like an optics genius, develops a suit that can make himself totally invisible, and he chooses to use it to terrorize his ex-wife. I know he is an abusive piece of shit, but consider the reality here.

    This is a suit that would make the Department of Defense cream its fucking pants. Imagine telling the Pentagon that, oh, hey, I have a suit that can render an individual totally invisible. Or the Department of…

  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show


    "You are to remain here- in spirit, at least.."

    Official Rocky Horror Tier List:

    S: "Hot Patootie," "Eddie," "I'm Going Home," "Sweet Transvestite."
    A: "Time Warp," "Rose Tint My World," "Science Fiction/Double Feature," "Sword of Damocles."
    B: "I Can Make You A Man (Reprise)," "Touch-a touch-a Me," "Over At the Frankenstein Place."
    C: "I Can Make You A Man," "Super Heroes," "Dammit Janet."
    D: "Science Fiction/Double Feature (Reprise)."
    F: "Wise Up, Janet Weiss."

Popular reviews

  • Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil

    Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil


    “Don’t close the gates, I’m garbage!” 

    A cool little foreign film. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a movie in Basque before. It legit sounds like no language I’ve ever heard before, which lent itself nicely to the fantastical feel of the movie. 

    Sartael is probably my favorite part of the film. In fact this moves could really be renamed as “Sartael and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Not to mention his love affair with that one…

  • Midsommar



    “Does he feel like home to you?..” 

    At this point I’m convinced Ari Aster makes all his actresses who audition scream-cry all their lines. If they’re convincing, they’re hired.

    Ari Aster understands the horror of grief. His previous film, Hereditary, examined the grieving process of a family that has lost a member and illustrated how that tremendous tension can tear families apart. Midsommar flips the paradigm, focusing on someone who has lost their family and is left completely alone. Dani, our…