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"I am the insect in the dish. You see, they're pulling my wings and my legs off. One by one. Making notes on how I react. "Oh, she does really makes a fuss this one, doesn't she? She's not like Anne Boleyn, who offered her head to the tweezers with such grace." - Diana
The moment Pablo Larrain's next project was announced I was Immediately intrigued. Even more so when I realized one of my favorite Actresses was not only…
"You taste like curry." - Justine
Despite it's title, Julia Ducournau's 'Raw' is a fully cooked, visceral, symbolic, French horror coming of age masterpiece. An enchanting, curious, and layered blood thirsty affair. Slowly working it's way under your skin and inside the back of your mind. An almost dreamlike experience, laced with desire and taboo. From it's incredibly hypnotic visuals and score. To it's organic and polarizing narrative. To the ultimately mesmerizing and uncomfortable descent into madness it beholds. With…
"Oh, Tammy Faye. You follow blindly. In the end, all you are is blind..."
I came here for Jessica Chastain's performance and Jessica Chastain's performance only. I didn't expect however to actually end up enjoying this more than I anticipated. As the subject matter personally did not interest me too much. Considering the hype around her performance, I simply couldn't help myself in the end. She's currently considered to be a top 5 Oscar's contender and I can most certainly…
"Ghostface is back. Don't come to Woodsboro..."
Scream graciously continues to be (in my opinion) the greatest horror franchise of all-time. You'd think after 5 films there would have to be an absolute dud right? Nope, even Scream 3 which is considered to be the worst by many fans, still finds it's self teetering on the positive side of things. So after 26 years to say that is quite an achievement, is an understatement! Especially considering that the latest feature…
"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes..."
Joel Coen's latest outing 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' is truly a feast for the eyes. Drenched in stunning gothic imagery, narratives, and undertones. Showcasing some of the absolute best cinematography 2021 had to offer in my opinion. Shot on gorgeous black and white film, with beautifully focused shot composition, at times utilizing stylish and awkward angles to convey it's imagery. Along with some of the most creative and smooth…
"So I had my fur shaved, and got chemical burns up and down my back. Kinda stings aye, but it's not a big deal. It only really hurts when I like breathe or move around or whatever. But I mean at the end of the day it's ok, I mean we do it for the humans right?"
'Save Ralph' was Directed by Spencer Susser, in collaboration with the Humane Society International. Taika Waititi stars as Ralph, lending his voice for…