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  • The Steel Helmet

    ★★★★

  • Good Morning

    ★★★★

  • Point Blank

    ★★★★

  • The Ox-Bow Incident

    ★★★★

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  • Oscillate

    Oscillate

    Hello guys again! It's Crew here and I'm here to finally introduce Oscillate, a psychological horror short that is my longest and most experimental yet!

    A spiritual successor to my award-winning directorial debut Yin/Yang, I shot this back in March on my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with the help of a relative during a two-week vacation at my grandparents' house in Monterey Bay and spent a frustrating three months back in Visalia, editing it on and off, until finally coming…

  • Passing Lights

    Passing Lights

    Hello guys! It's Crew again and I'm here to announce that my latest short -- an experimental short called Passing Lights -- is out right now! I shot and directed this with the help of a relative back in 2021 but I shelved the video for awhile before I finally decided to add an audio track to it -- along with music from Twin Musicom -- a few days ago to accompany the visuals. I was more than content with…

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  • Good Morning

    Good Morning

    ★★★★

    "Ohayō."
    お早よう.

    Walk to school. Learn English. Go back to home. Pretend to study and sneak out to watch sumo wrestling. Beg your orthodox parents for a TV set and prepare to go mute if they refuse to do so until they finally do. Do a little fart joke here and there. Be your kid self and do kid stuff. Sit down. Eat supper. Go to bed. Wake up. Rinse and repeat.

    "Ohayō."
    お早よう.

    Keep the house tidy while the…

  • Point Blank

    Point Blank

    ★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Chris: "Hey. What's my last name?"
    Walker: "What's my first name?"

    It's nothing too difficult. It's just a simple film about Lee Marvin geting fucked over, getting back on his feet, wearing suits like a middle-aged Chad, smashing in cars for interrogation, sneaking in and out of elevators and hallways like he's in a Metal Gear Solid game, doing nutcrackers and flips on dudes tailing him like Chuck Norris, chucking old buddies off the ledge of skyscrapers, using corporate lackeys…

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  • Ritual

    Ritual

    ★★★★★

    I'm one with loneliness.

    When I was a little kid, I was scared of the loneliness. I was surrounded by my brother, my father, my mother and my mother's boyfriend, but no matter how much I tried to connect with them, I never really understood them nor did they really understood me. We may seem like a family to everyone else but to me, they felt like strangers, the more and more I grew up. I pushed away from them…

  • The Tell-Tale Heart

    The Tell-Tale Heart

    ★★★★½

    Oh, my God, people. It's official. Robert Eggers has finally released his take on The Tell-Tale Heart into the public eye after leaving it (mostly) in obscurity for nearly a decade and a half, and holy mother of God, was this such an amazing watch. Even at his early stages as a director, you can definitely not only notice but also feel the tints and polish of Eggers' mastery here: those tight shot compositions, the creepy atmosphere of his darkly-lit…