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I'm on a mission at the moment to get to the bottom of "sexual perversion" through the vessel of cinema. I've got a list labelled "sex" which has a growing list of films exploring this controversial topic.
This film explores pleasure and pain. Is life about living for the maximizing of pleasure and the minimizing of pain? I would argue not necessarily. Why? Because that treats…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Rotten Tomatoes: 93%
Metacritic Metascore: 72
Release Date: 20 July 2016
Distributor: Well Go USA
Worldwide Gross: $92.6M
Viewing Platform: Shudder
Jong-gil: "Good riddance. Always giving to others instead of to yourself. Why did you live like that? What was the point? What a load of crap."
SYNOPSIS: While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.…
I don’t care about the controversies surrounding this film, I tried to enjoy it simply as an action comedy and I was thoroughly entertained. The film is often funny, it’s dark humour targets many groups in society and I don’t think that people need to take offence in any sort of way.
I enjoyed how the film started, the shocks were effective and the fact that we didn’t know who the protagonist was, was unique and very unpredictable. Eventually we…
“I’d do anything for science.”
Thank you Severin for releasing this unbelievable piece of cinema, something I’ve never heard of before but can honestly say it’s one of my favorite releases of 2019.
Gwendoline is on the search for her missing father who collects butterflies🦋 Along for the ride is her bobbed haircut friend Beth & her charismatic love interest, Willard...
How fucking fun was this!!!
It has EVERYTHING & some.
Random Kung fu fights, straw foreplay, cannibals, boobies... must I say…
A fine, apparently lesser known, entry into the J-horror canon, "Noroi: The Curse" may not be very original, but what it does, it does effectively.
The film is basically "Ju-On" and "The Ring" mixed with "The Blair Witch Project". Yes, it is found footage, and yes, it falls into a few classic traps ("why would you continue film, when your wife is on fire..."). But I actually found that the format helped the structure of the film, in that it's…
In the current situation with Coronavirus and everyone forced to stay at home , a story about a couple stuck in a home , unable to find their way out is probably not the best thing to watch at the moment but if you like a spooky, almost dystopian horror film , then this is for you .
There is a famous picture by a man called M.C Escher of a never ending staircase and vivarium reminds me a lot…
The secret of the ooze. I’ve never seen a house or wall socket spill out so much semen—in fact this whole movie filled with goo, plus, and blood... a regular gloop fest... and went there a few times when I didn’t expect it. Also, I couldn’t help but notice the actress who played Sarah looked like a mixture of Anna Kendrick and Bella Thorne.
Daniel Isn’t Real
The film best described as Fight Club, but directed by Cronenberg circa 1982. Adam Egypt Mortimer’s genre exercise into cosmic body horror couldn’t of come out better for this director at this junction of his career. Obvious influences tug on his sleeves - to me mostly Carpenter, and based on a book - but somehow feeling as if Mortimer was the only person who could’ve helmed this. 28 year old Miles Robbins proves formidable as a leading…
Preppie fuckers enjoying a fun time on Spring Break. Home movies. You should always fuck on the first date. A Jack-in-the-box. A Final-Friday girl. There's something about ferry boats and old-fuckers in horror films. Old fuckin' money. A silly-willy prank. Southern accents. Chaz's shades. Bye-bye eye. Fuckin' Muffy. Bunny napkins. Hot dogs. Sex-talk. Ding-dongs for dessert. Mother fuckin' Biff. Rob's mullet. Killer fog. Tricky lights. Kama Sutra fucking? Skip floats. Snakes in the grass. The well. Mineral water. Levi's jeans.…
Preppies and old money. Such a weirdo movie with scenes that somehow feel like actual friends hanging out until rando moments where the fourth wall feels like it may have been broken and some blonde weird guy gives a sinister look at the camera for a split second? I totally get how someone could feel cheated by this... but I dunno... I've always jived with this oddball agatha christie 'jokes on you' slasher jam quite a bit.