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  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


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

    3rd watch 

    One of the funniest satires and all round comedies I’ve seen. It’s a very specific type of person the film is mocking, the American Yuppie of the 80s, but the jokes are universal enough to apply to pretty much any poncy stereotype. Christian Bales whole performance is hilarious. There’s a scene where he’s talking to some girl, and he has his nice guy persona on, but as soon as he turns around his smile just drops into his…

  • Earth Day

    Earth Day

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

    Genuinely the most baffling film I have ever seen. It’s Lynchian in its execution. This is either an awful horror/comedy made with extreme ineptness or a brilliant satire that’s gone over everyone’s head. 

    The most bizarre shit happens and there’s never any rhyme or reason for it. There’s an openly racist policeman who discriminates the main character for being Muslim. The “plot” is about a group of activists being systematically murdered, but that’s hardly ever even addressed. The “lead” is…

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  • Life With Zach Mulden

    Life With Zach Mulden

    It’s so wholesome that there’s someone in the comments of this short who thinks Benny Safdie is a real comedian, and they’re trying to give him advice

  • Saint Maud

    Saint Maud


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

    Saint Maud has the most effective use of jump scares I’ve ever seen. They both come at the height of Maud’s spiritual journey. That split second cut to Maud, screaming, engulfed in flames is the perfect answer to film’s whole ambiguity. I think that this is a film that you can pick apart and dissect for ages. Maud is a fully realised, complicated person 

    I think this film can be split into three distinct acts. Maud at the beginning; who…