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  • Tideland

    Tideland

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    "They're only dead when you put them in the ground!"

    Grimy, dirty and permeated with dust. This is a film bleached by the sun, rolled in the mud and infested with ants. Tideland is basically the feminine counterpart to Philip Ridley's The Reflecting Skin, and very much equally as disturbing, although I've got to say I got more enjoyment out of this one. It's a redneck fairytale, a southern gothic retelling of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", or even The Texas…

  • Witching & Bitching

    Witching & Bitching

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    "The sacrifices we made to send you to the worst schools, and now you tell me you... like this man, because he is a good person!"

    Undoubtedly one of the wildest films that I have ever seen.

    Following a botched robbery, a gang of thieves led by a recently-divorced dad attempt to escape across the Spanish border, but unknowingly take a short-cut through a cursed village that is playing host to a witches' sabbat! So, from the concept itself, you…

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  • Marble Hornets

    Marble Hornets

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    When looking at web-series and ARGs, Marble Hornets is a brilliant example of how to get everything right in creepy and atmospheric storytelling. The surrealism is well-achieved, and the praise for it is all deserved. Everybody should go and watch it now.

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4

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    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.…