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  • The Blackcoat's Daughter

    The Blackcoat's Daughter


    Gist: A fairly solid psychological horror movie

    About 30 minutes into this movie, I thought I should look up who the director is. When I realized it was the same director of I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, I almost slapped my forehead. I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House is one of the most boring and in many ways, worst movies I have seen in the past 2-3 years.

    Good news: Blackcoat's…

  • Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Volume 1 - Modest Heroes

    Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Volume 1 - Modest Heroes


    Gist: A cute collection of three shorts, but nothing too stellar.

    The key thing with Modest Heroes is the same as with Mary and the Witch's Flower. I am simply happy that many of the artists from Studio Ghibli have decided to continue on their own by forming a new studio.

    I think that looking back, we will realize that Modest Heroes was really a testing ground to allow three directors(especially two of them that are untested) to make a…

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  • Midsommar



    Gist: Terrifying, unsettling, and brilliantly made.

    Hereditary was my top pick for "best movie of 2018". It is the only horror movie I have ever seen that truly scared me.* I was awake thinking about it and it lingered in my mind for days(weeks?). One of the best debut feature films I've ever seen.

    Midsommar is a follow up from director Ari Aster and is an excellent second movie. Is it as good or disturbing as Herediary? No. Is it…

  • The Searchers

    The Searchers


    I know, I've never seen this movie. Have you? It's an absolute classic and it is just one of those movies that fell through the gaps for me. I hadn't seen it and never even stumbled upon it on tv growing up.

    It is about a man(John Wayne) who takes his nephew out to find his niece, who has been kidnapped by Indians. This is all in the mid 1800's. Wayne's character hates Indians with a passion and it is…