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  • Meet the Feebles

    Meet the Feebles


    "I want this fudge pecker illuminated!"

    Meet the fucking Feebles. Hands down my favorite Peter Jackson movie. Hands down one of my all-time favorite movies. I don't know why I have kept this at the low rating of 7/10 during my previous watches but I will up this to the well deserved 9/10 for this. I fucking love this disgusting pile of filth.

    Meet the Feebles, for those of you who havn't seen the light yet, is a parody of…

  • Auschwitz



    "You know what my son brought me for breakfast this morning? Dog shit."

    Uwe Boll's Auschwitz might be his most genius project.

    This man's entire career is based on fraud and hate. He made money by getting the rights for videogame franchises (even though he hates videogames) and make deliberately terrible films that have barely anything to do with the source material. To add to his image he makes fun of his critics and builds up a solid infamy that…

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  • Over the Garden Wall

    Over the Garden Wall


    Well, two episodes got a raccoon in it. So that's pretty dope.

    For real though, it has some nicely emotional parts and a beautiful soundtrack at points but it's too episodic and shortlived without a lot of overarching themes to really grab me emotionally which seems to be one of its main goals.
    The random adventures in each episode aside, there is not enough build-up to make the emotional beats and resolution in the finale very effective to me. I…

  • Anguish



    #9 of Sleeping With Roaches – Hooptober 2020

    Anguish follows a very fun concept of a movie inside a movie where we follow both stories, the people sitting in a cinema and the movie on the big screen. Both of them eventually intertwine.

    I didn't care much for the movie inside the movie starring Zelda Rubinstein and Michael Lerner. I respect Rubinstein and liked her in other movies but here she's more irritating than interesting or scary. Michael Lerner, playing…

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  • The People Under the Stairs

    The People Under the Stairs


    I think this is the first crawlspace film I have seen now and I have a feeling I won't find a better one.
    The People Under the Stairs is more a dark comedy than a strict horrorfilm. It's basically about a young Afroamerican boy who gets trapped in the house of a really weird woman and man who keep anything from escaping the house, including their tortured daughter and the people they imprisoned in the basement, one of which found…

  • I Am Here....Now

    I Am Here....Now


    Main Feature for Russman's Letterboxd Movie Night XXIV

    Torture... Pure torture...
    If it wasn't for that goddamn contract I signed with my own blood to get into Russman's "Club of the Cool Kids" I might have chosen the easy way out by chewing some cyanide. But I guess a Russboy must do what a Russboy must do...

    So.... The journey through Neil Breen's movies continues. Last time we watched Double Down which I was prepared for. I knew what I…