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  • Runaway Nightmare

    Runaway Nightmare


    Like a 70s exploitation flick, without the exploitation. And released in the early 80s (but from what I understand, it was actually shot in the late 70s).

    Runaway Nightmare tells the "story" of two worm farmers (one of 'em played by director Mike Cartel) who get abducted by this female cult. Then a whole bunch of nothing, and then they help the cult with, something? It really doesn't matter too much to be honest.

    Unfortunately this wasn't the mind bogglingโ€ฆ

  • The Profane Exhibit

    The Profane Exhibit


    It's been years and years of waiting, but last night I was finally able to check out the infamous horror anthology The Profane Exhibit at my city's very own BUT Film Festival. After spending nearly a decade in production/distribution hell, my hopes weren't high, but I was curious nonetheless.

    The movie opens with Anthony Diblasi's (Last Shift, Malum) segment, which, as soon as it started getting somewhat interesting, abruptly ended. Making it feel very unfinished, and making me feel quiteโ€ฆ

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  • Titane



    I was quite excited to see this, I mean I love Raw and this won the Palme dโ€™Or after all! So it was quite the disappointment that I ended up not liking this one all that much.

    Donโ€™t get me wrong, its a fantastically made movie. Very well directed, great, daring performances from the two leads, especially newcomer Agathe Rousselle. It looks gorgeous, with this high saturation high contrast cinematography. I just had a bit of a problem with itsโ€ฆ

  • 964 Pinocchio

    964 Pinocchio



    If you've seen this you probably know what I'm trying/want to say here. If not, let me at least try and put it to words.

    964 Pinocchio is a Japanese cyberpunk movie that starts out relatively "normal"; A cyborg sex slave escapes, this girl finds him and tries to take care of him while the bad guys look for him. But then, when they bookend the first act with a clean fade-to-black, they decide to go all out.