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  • The Invasion

    The Invasion


    Alien spores arrive from outer space to terrorize our boring modern life.

    This update of Don Siegel's 1956 pulp classic was heavily ripped apart by the Wachowski brothers. Strange, really strange, something pretty cool came out of it, after all. I'm only sorry it was condemned to be a big-budget failure right from the very start. Critics hated it. The left hated it. Only the right embraced it, for whatever reason.

    Fuck the left! Fuck the right! Conformists all of…

  • Mr. Jones

    Mr. Jones


    Who is Mr. Jones? Blessed if I know. What I do know, the sinister scarecrow artist has what it takes to build a successful career in 21st century horror. The feeling behind his shamanistic creations is very eerie, but so is the feeling that his totem sculptures may actually be psychic weapons. Really, the whole "mythology" is not only great, it's unique.

    The only downside is the final act: too artsy, too trippy, the spell breaks, all incantations lose their…

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  • The Witch

    The Witch


    First, I'm generally sick of kids in horror. Second, I'm like super-skeptical when a genre flick garners high praise from all-round. So I was quite mixed about this. But in all honesty, VVitch truly deserves much of its hype.

    From the first frame I was entranced by the atmospheric blackness. More than just a horror film, VVitch is an experience: A descent into the darkness. Pure and uncompromised. Ambiguous and absorbing. Simple but brutally tense. Even the soundtrack is stellar…

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    1982's Blade Runner has brought us many things, but mostly it brought us noir-esque poetry with a permeating Nietzschean edge. Maybe too edgy. Its anti-blockbuster status may have propelled Ridley’s '82-version into cult status, but on the downside, the artsy, almost punishingly slow stature has always turned a lot of people off.

    Consequently, Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up isn’t anywhere as deep, mythically charged as the '82-version. And yet, it has enough guts and dignity to summon the original's spirit. That's what's…