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  • Yellow



    I really enjoyed this, at least for what it was. Stumbled upon the soundtrack first and had to find out how a short form Giallo could play out. Imagine taking a few minutes from the beginning, middle, and end of a film and removing all dialogue. That's essentially what was made.

    Tension is surprisingly present as scenes of the killer stalking and killing are mixed with scenes of the protagonist driving, news clips of the killer's exploits, and the killer's…

  • The Fear Footage

    The Fear Footage


    I was hoping to enjoy this, just wasn't there for me. While it wasn't the worst found footage movie I've seen, it was absolutely not worth the wait. I fell for the trailer and should've known better, most of the decent moments were shown there. Everything in the movie has been done before and better, literally didn't see anything that was new or interesting. I was going to drive myself crazy until I watched it, so at least I can mark it off my list.

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    A Quiet Place


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

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  • Invasion of the Flesh Hunters

    Invasion of the Flesh Hunters


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

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