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  • Jeruzalem

    Jeruzalem 2015

    ★★½ Watched 25 Sep, 2016

    The movie starts and i then realize it's another POV film and I lose all hope, but then the story begins to develop and i'm intrigued. The movie focuses on a couple of young Americans on their way to Tel Aviv, but make a last minute change to their plans and head to Jerusalem instead. While in Jerusalem they start to encounter weird things, including a "crazy" man named David who warns them to leave the city before Yom Kippur.…

  • Antibodies

    Antibodies 2005

    ★★★★ Watched 25 Sep, 2016

    This German thriller doesn't hold back with its twisted premise about a serial killer who murders little boys. The film is a cat and mouse game between the killer and a small town cop sent to the big city to try and solve the crime. It's a bit Silence of the Lambs and a bit Seven. Evil is explored not just through the acts of the killer but is then connected back to the detective and his family. This is…

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  • Martyrs

    Martyrs 2008

    ★★★★ Watched 20 Oct, 2013

    FINALLY got to see this today and can't believe i waited this long. This one will definitely need a second viewing, but I recommend everyone horror fan see this at once. Don't let the description of the film mislead you, it sounds like a very simple straightforward film but there's a lot more going on than just senseless violence and gore. A must watch.

  • The Neon Demon

    The Neon Demon 2016

    ★★★ Watched 06 Sep, 2016

    Everything I read leading up to this led me to believe i would love this film. I liked it, but I also feel like I missed something. As everyone mentions, it's a visually stunning movie and the story is intriguing, but I never got the wow factor. Maybe it requires a second viewing, maybe i need to pay closer attention or maybe I just couldn't wrap my primitive mind around it and I need to give up and go watch Adam Sandler movies instead.