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  • Burst City
  • Demons
  • Branded to Kill
  • Godzilla vs. Hedorah

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Pinned reviews

  • Hard to Be a God

    Hard to Be a God


    I am still buzzing from this film. Three hours spent in its medieval landscape swarmed by what felt like hundreds of characters. It was majestic and also completely batshit the entire time. Obvious comparisons to Andrzej Zulawski‘s ‘On the Silver Globe’ and its dizzying approach to storytelling.

    The events portrayed in Hard to be a God all appeared to be swaddled in political and societal mysticism. Delivered in fragmented dialogue, (almost) Monty Python styled acting (according to my friend William),…

  • Solaris



    Been waiting to revisit this film as it's been decades.

    I personally feel that you must delve deep into the literary influences, the philosophy, and the fact that Tarkovsky was NOT a fan of science fiction. However, there is in fact science, and there is fiction if you're paying attention.

    The science being that there is a idea that our consciousness is something that we create as we live as humans. The fiction being the way we interpret things whether…

Recent reviews

  • Mean Guns

    Mean Guns


    Wow, what in the what did I stumble into...?

    Met up with a friend to catch this rare 35mm 1990's crime drama that was a very strange experience. I just can't wrap my head around the weird Caribbean fused electronic / percussive “soundtrack “, I dunno what to call it but it sure was.. dated. The late 90's had some bizarre choices and this film is just full of them.

    Its claim to fame is the minor role by Ice-T that,…

  • Love to Love You, Donna Summer

    Love to Love You, Donna Summer


    here for the bit with Giorgio Moroder, that single is a forever banger. When is someone gonna do his doc?

    via Max

Popular reviews

  • Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado

    Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado


    as a native Puerto Rican I can happily say that this documentary captures the magic that is Walter Mercado.

    I grew up watching Walter on television in the 90’s and always dismissed him as some kook. I was so touched to see what an incredible human being he was. He had but one message, “mucho y mucho amor”.

    via Netflix

  • Infinity Pool

    Infinity Pool


    Having some real mixed feelings on this one, the film had some very compelling puzzle pieces. I think I read somewhere how it's being seen as a (very) soft take on Brian Yunza's Society? Either way I just feel like I'm mostly satisfied with the atmosphere and photography than I am with the actual story. I felt personally if this was a book I'd much more enjoy reading about it in detail than what is presented here. Skarsgård is heavily…