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  • Lord of Illusions

    Lord of Illusions


    Confession. This is my top Clive Barker film. I remember seeing the VHS-box for it in local video stores all over Munich back in 1997 — and I instantly fell in love with it. A lighthearted, neoromantic Clive Barker film mixing '40's noir and dark fantasy: Wow!

    Even today, I catch myself watching scenes over and over again just to gaze at the Puritan and his wicked crew. Lord of Illusions is laced with that magical, elusive 90s-aura that so…

  • A Serbian Film

    A Serbian Film


    "Going into taboo areas, forbidden areas, is classically what Horror movies do!" ________ Clive Barker

    In post-war Belgrade Milos signs a devilish pact with an obscure Eastern European porn-ring. As his fascination with extreme sex gradually grows into obsession, things spiral out-of-control: Milos and his family get sucked into an abyss of taboo-breaking fetishism from which there is no return.

    If you've not seen it, you've heard of it. Srpski film is a Horror extravaganza that works on every level,…

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  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    1982's Blade Runner has brought us many things, but mostly it brought us noir-esque poetry with a permeating Nietzschean edge. Maybe too edgy. Its anti-blockbuster status may have propelled Ridley’s '82-version into cult status, but on the downside, the artsy, almost punishingly slow stature has always turned a lot of people off.

    Consequently, Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up isn’t anywhere as deep, mythically charged as the '82-version. And yet, it has enough guts and dignity to summon the original's spirit. That's what's…

  • The Witch

    The Witch


    First, I'm generally sick of kids in horror. Second, I'm like super-skeptical when a genre flick garners high praise from all-round. So I was quite mixed about this. But in all honesty, VVitch truly deserves much of its hype.

    From the first frame I was entranced by the atmospheric blackness. More than just a horror film, VVitch is an experience: A descent into the darkness. Pure and uncompromised. Ambiguous and absorbing. Simple but brutally tense. Even the soundtrack is stellar…