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  • A Simple Favor

    A Simple Favor


    A Simple Favor (2018) is the type of film that's best to be seen blind without any spoiler prior. The reason is because it delivers endless twists and turns that will pique your curiosity for how unpredictable they are!

    It tells the story of a mommy vlogger (played marvelously by Anna Kendrick) who's investigating her missing best friend (the one and only Blake Lively). Throughout her inspection she got tangled in a weave of mystery surrounding a clever husband,…

  • The Girl with All the Gifts

    The Girl with All the Gifts


    The Girl with All the Gifts is unlike any other zombie films. Sure, it got the living dead walking around craving for flesh, and some sequences are embellished with stealthy moments that would make your heart thump. But the core strength of this film lies in the clever plotting.

    Directed by Colm McCarthy, The Girl with All the Gifts is adapted from a novel of the same name. It mainly focuses on Melanie, a normal-seeming young girl with extraordinary brain…

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  • Revenge



    holy shit.

    holy fucking shit.

    if you can stomach gallons of blood, self-cauterization, to glass removal on a wrecked foot, then i highly recommend this badass film.

    revenge unapologetically stomped on my chest, ripped my insides out, and threw em on the gutter. its absolutely nasty, gruesome, intense, and trippy, but at the same time its undeniably stylish and masterful where every beat of it creates one hell of an experience (and by hell i literally mean it). coralie fargeat…

  • May the Devil Take You

    May the Devil Take You


    sebelum iblis menjemput blends never ending terrors, flashy jumpscares, deeply rooted mystical sense with full throttle execution that made the audience physically and mentally compromised. just like his previous works (most notably rumah dara), timo tjahjanto doesnt hesitate to go all out with his delivery. this film continuously carries an atmosphere of dread starting from the first minute mark and the diabolical force refuses to fade even until the credits roll. the intensity goes hand-in-hand with tight build ups and…