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  • The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

    The Man Who Killed Don Quixote


    A beautiful mess, which can be said for a lot of Gilliam films. Glad he was able to finally make this film. It's a feast for the eyes, but it's a mess of a plot. Overall, I'm pretty positive on it; would still recommend a casual viewing of it.

  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco


    Didn’t expect this to be so meandering and obtuse. Hard one to get into - never really got on its wavelength. As someone who’s lived in the bay for 10+ years, it was a pleasant enough viewing experience. But plot wise, it left me wanting more.

  • Always Be My Maybe

    Always Be My Maybe


    Fast forward to see Keanu acting like a douchebag, and try to avoid the rest. Rolled my eyes at a lot of dialogue and plot happenings.

  • The Fanatic

    The Fanatic

    This is a tough one to rate, as I really don't know the intensions of the director Fred Durst. He doesn't explicitly say that Travolta is autistic or on the spectrum, so the whole time you are wrestling with that fact.

    This has to go in my soon to be created list of movie sets I'd love to be on. What was Travolta doing on his own vs. what Durst was telling him to do. There is some pretty fucked up shit in here, and I feel like Durst was simply going for shock value, instead of really trying to say something about fan/stan culture.

  • Suburban Sasquatch

    Suburban Sasquatch

    Didn't get through all of this for BMN, as my friends thought this was the worst movie they've ever seen. So about 40 minutes in, we switched to watching the BOTW spotlight on it. Please watch that to see all of the insane Sasquatch kills. The one of the fisherman, where one is knocked out by the titular Sasquatch throwing the severed limb of his friend is truly great cinema.

  • Parasite



    This movie had possibly the MOST hype of any movie coming out of festivals I've ever seen. I was skeptical this could live up to it. But here we are with 5 stars on a first viewing.

    Go in as cold as possible. Hard to see anything beating this at the end of the year.

  • Night of the Creeps

    Night of the Creeps


    Very good comedy/horror with awesome practical effects, some cheesy dialogue, and a very touching scene involving a tape recorder. I'll definitely keep this in the rotation during the Hooptober months.

  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    Halloween III: Season of the Witch


    This movie is pretty weird. Why is it apart of the Halloween franchise, when it's not a slasher movie, and Michael Myers isn't in it? Why on earth did they cast Tom Atkins as the lead, who is much older (at least older looking) than the female lead he has a romantic relationship with?

    Anyway, I still liked it and dug the ending. So I'll probably keep it in my catalog.

  • Repulsion




  • The Boxer's Omen

    The Boxer's Omen


    What a ride.

    There are things in this movie that you've never seen, and will never see again. I had to start writing down all the ridiculous shit that goes on in this wild movie, just so I could remember them later. This is a true midnight movie that the word 'unique' isn't unique enough for.

    I wish I could list all the things I wrote down, but I don't want to spoil it for anyone else. Please seek this out - this is what movies were made for.

  • From Beyond

    From Beyond


    Caught up with this after finally seeing Re-Animator and loving it. Guys, this movie is SUPER WEIRD, and I loved it. Give me practical effects all day.

  • Alone in the Dark

    Alone in the Dark


    Found out about this one thanks to LB - what a hidden treasure. A well crafted home invasion movie with a twist. Jack Palance & Martin Landau as mental patients avenging the 'death' of their previous doctor by killing their current.

    But it's mainly about the journey of Palance finding punk music. Also, one of the sickest end credit songs.