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  • Doctor Who: The Woman Who Fell to Earth

    Doctor Who: The Woman Who Fell to Earth


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

    Lost my shit when the random drunk man said "Eat my salad, Halloween" to the killer Doom-Guy alien and then instantly got turned into a human slush puppy with no teeth.

    In all honesty, though, it's a pretty solid comeback for Doctor Who, it's good fun and a clear cinematic improvement on the previous series, even though the writing isn't necessarily that good for the most part. Looking forward to what the rest of the new series has to offer, as this feature-length pilot was very promising! Also, Jodie Whittaker is hella good as the Doctor and we should all love and appreciate her.

  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park

    The Lost World: Jurassic Park


    "So, you went from capitalist to naturalist in just 4 years. That's something."

    Okay, so before yesterday, the only Jurassic Park film I'd actually seen was the original (which, by the way, is amazing), and knowing how the sequels to the original Jurassic Park (bar World) are often rather forgotten, I was actually really surprised to find that one of these "forgotten sequels" was in fact actually directed by Spielberg himself! And boy, oh boy, life really must have found…

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  • The Neon Demon

    The Neon Demon


    "Beauty isn't everything, it's the only thing."

    Refn, please never stop making films. You're a damned insane genius and I've no idea why you get so much opposition for making weird crazy films which are simple yet very effective and emotional. I mean, seriously, did I just watch a different film to the one everybody else has watched? 'Cos damn, this flick is an utterly amazing erotic thriller that should honestly get so much more love!

    I've seen accusations of…

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4


    Finishing up the beloved Scream saga of meta-slasher flicks, I return to the franchise with Wes Craven's final film, Scream 4. And boy, this is truly how you end a slasher franchise.

    Scream 4 is the finale this series deserves. This time tackling the codes and conventions of slasher movie remakes and horror in the post-9/11 world, Scream 4 is arguably as witty a film as the first one, albeit the fact that the first will always be my favourite.…