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  • Doctor Sleep

    Doctor Sleep

    The first two thirds are so good! Probably the best and most relevant I've seen in the genre since The Witch. It breaks apart in the last act, but nonetheless an important film. The metaphor about the world crushing those who are the most special and vulnerable works really well.

    And I could recognise Mike Flanagan's depth that impressed me so much in his indie feature Absentia (2011), which I believe is one of the greatest genre films ever made.…

  • Feed A

    Feed A

    Good found footage short with great potential of becoming a feature. I actually wonder how come it hasn't yet, especially considering the great ending.
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    The only thing that doesn't work is the SWAT team boss popping up at the scene all by himself without even wearing a vest or a helmet, even less prepared than his men, after he's been announced that they already lost two men and the remaining ones are panicking.

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  • Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

    Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

    I'm (mis)using this review feature to let you know that Be My Cat is now available worldwide on DVD & Signed DVD! (extra scenes included)

    The movie will also premiere for free on YouTube in a livestream with cast & crew on October 27, 6PM Pacific Time, when I'll be watching it together with you & interacting live in the chat! Hope to see you there soon!

    Later edit: Signed & regular DVDs are no longer available. But, great news, a limited DVD edition featuring a gory rendition of Anne Hathaway on the cover is now available for worldwide orders!

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

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

    Brilliant lesson on the magic of film and acting in the theatre scene! The man on stage clearly explains in the beginning of the show that everything is fake. He introduces a guy singing at a trumpet, but then the guy stops singing, yet the song continues. You understand it was not him singing.

    In spite of this, right afterwards you get fully dragged into believing the woman on stage. Her singing shakes you to the core. But then you…