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  • The Artist 2011

    ★½ Watched 24 Apr, 2014

    Never before has Public Enemy's "Don't Believe the Hype" been more appropriate for a film. First of all I totally get what they're trying to do here and I'm all for it, it's just that I wish their efforts were put to better use in a better tribute film. The story is the biggest issue I have with this film that isn't very funny and feels like it drags on forever in its bloated run time. This seriously feels like…

  • Mirror Mirror 2012

    ★★★½ Watched 23 Apr, 2014

    I'm super disappointed that in the year where two very different Snow White films came out the one that was complete garbage was the more successful and talked about. The terrible trailers kept me away from this movie but I'm glad I finally decided to sit down to see it because it really was a beautifully delightful film. Tarsem Singh once again doesn't disappoint in the art department with these incredibly gorgeous sets and outfits. He really captured the look…

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  • Afflicted 2013

    ★★★½ Watched 23 Apr, 2014

    I wasn't expecting much going into this since the trailers seemed pretty damn generic and the fact that it's a found footage horror film brought up every alarm that I should avoid this. I'm really glad I decided to sit down and watch it though because I got a surprisingly solid vampire movie with some decent camerawork.

    What starts as a pretty typical found footage film turns into a really neat vampire horror story as two friends decide to travel…

  • ThanksKilling 3 2012

    ½ Rewatched 07 May, 2013

    $100,000.

    $100,000 was the budget for this film that was financed through Kickstarter and what I want to know is where all that money went. Not only is this abomination of a film easily one of the most unwatchable pieces of shit I've ever had the displeasure of seeing, but I get the feeling the director spent *maybe* $5000 of the money he was given and fucked off with the rest. Part of the charm of Thankskilling was how you…