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Still from Joe Dante’s Gremlins (1984)

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  • Pina

    Pina

    ★★★★★

    She taught me that fragility was my strength.

  • Roma

    Roma

    ★★★★★

    so good so good so good. to see this on a tv at home would be a travesty, especially to see two ducks ravish each other, yes.

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  • Colossal

    Colossal

    Have you ever witnessed or experienced racial tokenism? A sensation that your exotic nature as a foreigner to a white person is seen as an opportunity to "add value" to their idea of craft?

    Well, if you haven't and are looking, seek no further than Colossal. A film that initially demanded my respect for its incredibly low budget and mashing up of the Kaiju genre with depictions of battling personal demons.

    The central character, Gloria is a seemingly well-off New…

  • The Babadook

    The Babadook

    ★★★★

    I certainly will never show my mother this film.

    The Babadook is startlingly effective as a rather conventional horror film that veers into psychologically manipulative territory. By weaving in various themes of grief, alienation and motherhood, it uses these building blocks to make the horror more subversive and unsettling rather than exploiting shock value. To its credit as well, the reveal of the so-called "Babadook" is restrained and aptly relies on the viewer's imagination to elevate the terror.