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  • Eraserhead



    Portfolio #7

    “In Heaven, everything is fine...”

    Henry (Jack Nance) is a simple, unassuming man living in a small apartment in a dystopian, over-industrialized Philadelphia slum. His girlfriend, Mary, hasn’t been around lately, but the mysterious, strangely-beautiful lady that lives across the hall informs him upon his return home one day that she has called and invited him to her parents’ house for dinner. There, bombs are dropped and ovens are emptied... 

    Following six years of development, filming, and production,…

  • Rosemary's Baby

    Rosemary's Baby


    Portfolio #6

    “God is dead! Satan lives!”

    Rosemary Woodhouse and her struggling-actor husband, Guy, have just moved into a New York apartment with aspirations to start a family together while Guy furthers his career. Their new neighbors are an elderly couple who seem increasingly interested in imprinting themselves on the young couple. The wife, a supremely nosy old bat named Minnie, and her husband, Roman, invite Rosemary and Guy over for dinner one night and although Rosemary is a bit put-off…

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  • The Cleaning Lady

    The Cleaning Lady


    Pretty solid little thriller that might hold some negative connotation toward survivors of sexual-abuse and/or disfigurement, but delivers the tension and chills to keep you invested.

  • Polyester



    I’m so glad the Criterion blu comes with a reproduction odorama card. We truly do live in the future.

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  • Us



    I dunno guys. I feel like I watched a totally different movie than the one you all hyped up. Maybe I read too many positive reviews beforehand and got my expectations too high, and maybe that 4 star average led me on a bit, but I thought this was inferior to Get Out and I wasn’t really thrilled with it. It was kind of corny. I wasn’t sure whether to laugh throughout or what, because that’s what most of the teenagers…

  • Climax



    “If you couldn’t dance, what would you do?”

    I just had the chance to experience this at a theater for an exclusive, late showing and I know now that seeing this on the big screen is the definitive way to watch it. It should be watched on the biggest screen with the biggest sound system, period. I’m pretty sure the neighboring movies HATED us because the volume was pumped the fuck up. At first I thought it was…