I enjoy trashy grindhouse and horror alongside art films. I try to watch at least one new film per week regardless of how bad it might be.
A loving homage to the "trance films" of the 80s, this film seems like the perfect piece to throw on a projector as background noise, but also is an incredibly gripping piece if one takes the time to engage with it. Let your mind go and be sucked into this red and black psychedelic nightmare.
A true slow burn of a Horror film, Audition is not for the weak of heart, as demonstrated by the large number of horror directors who on their first viewing left the theater halfway through. The first half of the film is a tense story of a man trying to find love after his wife dies, but around halfway through the film takes a turn towards Takashi Miike's very unique psychedelic, lurking approach to horror. Wild visuals paint a story…