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  • Onward



    While Onward is undoubtedly on the lower side of films to come out from Pixar Studios, I was still pleasantly surprised in how well executed this whole film is in many fundamental aspects that Pixar put to considerable use once more in their first original motion picture in three years.

    The specific story itself involves two elf brothers from this more magical-like turned modern world, voiced by none other than Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, as they both set out…

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    A top-notch reimagining of the classic the Invisible Man story with it ideally having Leigh Whannell's own specialty take on the visionary concept. The film itself is done just about right as it utilizes the clever function of the skillful modernization to the distinct notion of having the power of invisibility, as it strikes all the precise notes on what it needed to be as a whole.

    Right from the get-go, the eerie atmospheric tension is already established as we…

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  • Heathers



    Certainly fresh and unconventional for its time and even now, Heathers is an admirably sharp '80s dark comedy that goes in a distinctive direction not many other teen comedies of that era usually went to as those particular films were generally lighthearted in tone all the way through.

    With Heathers, the film adequately explores elaborate subject matters in a more delightfully iniquitous style by satirizing it in that very notable way, and with this specifically at hand, it definitely makes…

  • Videodrome



    Undoubtedly ahead of its time as the various themes explored here still resonate to this day, David Cronenberg's Videodrome is a truly surrealistic and entirely original sci-fi horror film that favorably gives the audience viewing this much to think about throughout its 89-minute runtime.

    Though most of these grand notions do get slightly intricate for their own good particularly as the film nears its end, the film nonetheless manages to make its rather odd premise work quite well as it…

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  • The Howling

    The Howling


    Though the overall narrative and atmosphere do lack at points, The Howling nevertheless makes for a quite solid horror flick that showcases director Joe Dante tackling the werewolves subgenre to a suitably commendable measure.

    Rob Bottin's practical werewolf effects/designs in this are definitely the film's key highlight especially as The Howling gets going along, and while it does take a bit to get there due to a rather poorly paced middle act, they unquestionably still impress to this day.


  • The Evil Dead

    The Evil Dead


    While the direct sequels to this are relatively more notable in retrospect as they heavily lean further into pure absurdity, there is no denying of course that the first Evil Dead film is still an effective horror piece to this very day.

    With a minimal budget at hand, director Sam Raimi would efficiently utilize this to its fullest here by creating one of the most ingenious and unforgettable horror films out there today in this genre debut which richly offers…