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  • Metropolitan
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Suspiria
  • Daisies

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  • No Sudden Move

    ★★½

  • Cyclone

    ★★★★

  • Edge of Tomorrow

    ★★★½

  • Neil Diamond Parking Lot

    ★★★

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  • Jason X

    Jason X

    ★★★

    This movie is a dumb as a rock, but something keeps drawing me back to it. I like it more each time I see it. 2K nostalgia? Definitively part of it. I adore the fact that people in 2455 dresses exclusively in the silliest type of fashion people only wore between the years 1999 and 2001. The lame CGI sends warm shivers of teen video rental nostalgia down my spine. But more than anything I like that it feels like…

  • Echo in the Canyon

    Echo in the Canyon

    Just as the DMT hits this film will project in the dying brains of my dad and his generation. Reject nostalgia, embrace modernity. Plus, Jakob Dylan is a wanker and the covers are an insult to music, the highest artform man has invented.

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  • Herostratus

    Herostratus

    ★★★★½

    An extraordinary, intelligent, dark, dazzling one of a kind movie, ripe for rediscovery after being unavailable for the last 30 or so years. The juxtaposition and montage technique are unlike anything i've seen before and still feel modern and creates an unique kind of, almost scientific surrealism that has very little in common with, say, with Buñuel or Lynch. My only minor complaint are the inserts from an Allen Ginsberg poetry reading, which I felt didn't connect with the other…

  • The Dungeon of Harrow

    The Dungeon of Harrow

    ★★★½

    Very cheap (you will never see a faker bat or a less convincing shipwreck than what this film offers) but surprisingly entertaining gothic. I actually liked it a lot. It's the kinda movie that now seems tailor made for smug jerks to make fun of, Mystery Science-style, mocking its faults (mainly the "home made" low budget feel, which only adds a naive charm in my book) and failing to realise its strenghts: a sense of decay and dread that feels…