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  • Mona Lisa

    Mona Lisa

    ★★★★½

    Bob Hoskins plays a criminal that is just released from a seven year stay and first heads over to his wife and daughter and is instantly met with a huge argument.  After that debacle, Hoskins falls back in with his old crowd and is given the job of driving a high end escort.  At first the two don’t seem to have anything in common and then Hoskins starts to realize that this call girl seems to be looking for a…

  • Massacre Time

    Massacre Time

    ★★★½

    Franco Nero stars as a young man called back to his hometown, once back he sees that the town has been taken over by the Scott family.  The Scott family’s main trouble maker is the cruel son that likes to whip people with his bullwhip for fun.  Nero also finds his brother is now a bumbling drunkard that he decides to rally to fight back against the Scotts.  Early film from Fulci that shows that he was never afraid to…

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  • Brain Damage

    Brain Damage

    ★★★★★

    Forget Requiem for a Dream, Less Than Zero, or The Basketball Diaries.  Brain Damage is the ultimate of anti-drug films.  The film has a perfect mix of comedy, horror, and tragedy.  Somehow this film has hit it's apex now, this is Frank Henenlotter's magnum opus.  From his typical NYC locales, the insane amount of practical effects, a protagonist that you can sympathize with, and a great use of self-referencing with characters from other Henenlotter films to show the fact that…

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049

    ★★★★½

    When I first heard about a Blade Runner sequel I was on the fence about it, Blade Runner has been my all time favorite sci-fi film since I was 12.  On the other hand when I read that it was not directed by Ridley Scott, but instead by Denis Villeneuve I was all in.  I have always been a big Scott fan even of the highly disputed Prometheus I was still behind him, but I felt heavily disappointed by Alien:…