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  • Suspiria

    Suspiria

    ★★★★★

    5th Annual “Dismember The Alamo” Horror Marathon - Denver

    The final mystery showing at this year's event was the one film I'd hope and prayed it would be. The new Suspiria remake.

    It
    Was
    Fucking
    Amazing
    !!!!!!!

    I was so fucking in love with every frame of this goddamn masterpiece that I was prepared to go see it a million more times when it hit theaters. Only it never got a real release and didn't play anywhere fucking near me…

  • Trouble Every Day

    Trouble Every Day

    ★★★★

    5th Annual “Dismember The Alamo” Horror Marathon - Denver

    High on my "want to see" list after I started reading about, and watching films from the New Wave of French Extremity movement. Never would have thought I'd finally see on the big screen. And wow holy shit was a fucking bummer movie!

    It's a great film. Don't misunderstand. It's gorgeous, interesting, unique, catching, and horrifying all in equal measure. But the subject matter just cuts right through and bums you…

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  • Cannibal Holocaust

    Cannibal Holocaust

    ★★★★★

    Part of My Italian Horror/Giallo Adventure

    The lore and reputation surrounding this film is something every cinephile has heard. It's created both an air of mystique and a fear. Many people refuse to watch the film because of the reputation, fearing that's it's just too much for them to handle. As a filmgoer that knows no fear, Cannibal Holocaust is a film that screamed to be watched, to have the experience known.

    Let's start with the good, shall we. This…

  • Under the Skin

    Under the Skin

    ★★★★★

    Year in Review: 2014

    This is Cinéma Pur, a work of art that can only exist within the medium of film. It eschews the traditional storytelling narrative in favor for the experience. The plot is there, the story and narrative rises and falls exist, but the film never tells you anything.

    The essence of cinema, and thus this film, is to feed the viewer with images and sound. There is no rule that dictates the mechanisms with which a viewer…