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  • Demons 2

    Demons 2

    Ugh, worse than the original in every way. It starts off interesting with what is either another movie the characters in the movie watch, or very strangely shot found footage (created by a camera man who isn't there), where some urban explorers enter "the forbidden zone" which is implied to be the area that was invaded by demons in the original. I was amping up for some sweet post-apocalyptic-ish exploration and running from zombies...demons...whatever.

    Then the rest just takes place…

  • Demons



    What an oddly goofy movie. I still can't really decide if I liked it or not, but it was certainly something. The plot was pretty whatever but there were some fun gore effects and the film regained my interest in a big way, right as it was losing it, by having the guy ride circles around the theatre on a dirtbike while swinging a katana around. Could've used better gore when the guy was slicing and dicing though.

    Then a…

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  • Nemesis



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

    Appropriately moody cyberpunk piece with some decent action and mostly good prosthetics and other robot effects. Let's just ignore the horrible effects at the end and pretend those didn't happen. Tim Thomerson shows up and is always a badass, as is most of his crew. I don't even mind that the film goes to the "low-tech shithole" of Java because that's cheaper than doing proper cyberpunk, as it feels like it serves the plot in a good way.

    The big…

  • Get Out

    Get Out


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

    Wonderfully strange and creepy when it wants to be, but the problem for me was that it doesn't want to be that very often. There's too much humor, way too much setup and too little weirdness. Also found it oddly predictable, which is unusual for me since I never even try to predict movies. That there was personality transplantation going on was obvious to me as soon as I had heard a few of the black characters talk in stereotypical…