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  • Tropic Thunder
  • Kwaidan
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  • Amélie

    ★★★★★

  • Tropic Thunder

    ★★★★★

  • Conan the Destroyer

    ★★

  • Kwaidan

    ★★★★★

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  • Kwaidan

    Kwaidan

    ★★★★★

    The horrifying magnificence of subconscious dread.

    The poetic beauty and the sheer madness of time.

    The glorious, infinite scale of unknown perils that come from within all that's human and from the past.

    The enchantment of Kwaidan's horrors is not awaiting within the visible. Not within knowledge, nor within facts. Fear endures through the ages. It seeps through every particle of matter, untill it fully grasps the brain only to smoothly float into the subconscious. Ghosts.

    Over time betrayal occurs…

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666

    ★★★★½

    If the title alone was not enough a sign already, it suggests that it's taking place more than 300 years before it's predessessors, than the opening scenes already will get you out of the dream. The trailer was right, Fear street part three: 1666 is different, and by far the darkest chapter of the three.

    Not only does it rely a lot less on jumpscares, it also actually delves into some seriously bleak and macabre territory, resulting in the most…

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  • Amélie

    Amélie

    ★★★★★

    Film doesn't come more charming, more wholesome and more heartwarmingly beautiful than Amelie. Not much else needs to be said. Obviously I don't trust people who don't like Amelie.

  • Tropic Thunder

    Tropic Thunder

    ★★★★★

    As the brilliant title already suggests, Tropic thunder is one hell of an energetic ride. The opening scene is already fantastic with its homages to those great Vietnam war films which you'll recognize right away. Something about the pacing is catchy, almost like how a favorite song is catchy. With some fantastic actors delivering some of their career best work, most notably Robert Downey Jr. who's at the top of his game delivering one fine line after another with every…

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  • Blood Red Sky

    Blood Red Sky

    ★★★★½

    Plane to Busan: a vampiric hijacking.

    Criminally underappreciated flick here on letterboxd. What a wild, intense and blood red flight it was! Jeez! Tension ramped up to 1000% here. Another great, visually striking and brutally horrifying addition to Netflix' recent horror revival. 2.8 avarage? Really?