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  • Brutal Relax 2010

    ★★★★ Watched 25 Oct, 2014 4

    The Road To Halloween - Short And Scary

    I'm a bit like that when the batteries run out in the TV remote.

    A very strange man is sent away on holiday for some rest and relaxation by his worried doctor. But when his Walkman conks out, he loses his shit. Oh, and some zombies just crawled out of the sea. They were supposed to have cleaned up that pollution in Blackpool as well.

    This was really, really great. Disgustingly violent…

  • Paranormal Activity 2009

    ★★ Watched 25 Oct, 2014 9


    The Road To Halloween - Eliminating The Horror 'Classics'

    Let me save you an 85 minutes of your life by detailing what happens in Paranormal Activity, because I know practically no-one has seen this.

    * A few minutes of boring crap.

    * Some noises.

    * A few more minutes of drivel.

    * A door moves.

    * More cack and a psychic pops round.


    * Bit more crap.

    * Katy Perry goes for a wander.…

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  • Punch-Drunk Love 2002

    ★★★★★ Added 65

    There's an LL Cool J quote that would be relevant here. Hello again.

    I'm well aware this is Letterboxd, a social network site that was created for people to talk about films rather than their personal problems and woes, so much of what I'm about to say may seem irrelevant and strangely out of place to those of you who, for some reason, stick it out and decide to see it through to the end. If you decide to do…

  • The Shining 1980

    ★★★★★ Added 13

    I think that The Shining is, outside of one of its major plot points, a pretty good name for this film. It's a shining example of why no filmmaker should feel obliged to as closely mirror a book as possible when doing an adaptation.

    When Stanley Kubrick released The Shining, Stephen King famously decried it, saying that it hardly resembled his novel at all. Quite often since then people have suggested that King simply does not understand cinema, an opinion…