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  • Mulholland Drive
  • Beau Travail
  • Chameleon Street
  • The Hourglass Sanatorium

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  • Mad God

    ★★★★

  • Jauja

    ★★★★

  • On the Beach at Night Alone

    ★★★½

  • The Piano Teacher

    ★★★★★

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  • Mad God

    Mad God

    ★★★★

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

    Grotesque and gorgeous. 30+ years in the making and you feel all the love and tactile detail, the imagination, ingenuity. It’s a work in the truest sense. There’s this sense that you’re observing a grand momentous city, like you’re taking in a wonder of the universe that’s been built, but there’s this playfulness, this feeling of a kid mashing his toys together and making a mess in the mud and goop. It’s awe inspiring! From the elaborate sets that go’s…

  • Benny's Video

    Benny's Video

    ★★★★½

    One of Haneke’s very best in my estimation. Enough has been said about the commentary he makes about media and, over stimulation, and isolation specifically when it comes to how we’re exposed to violence has created this detachment for people starting at a young age. But also it’s a scathing look at the bourgeois class and the levels people go to keep a veneer of civility. It’s a theme that comes up again and again in his work. His stellar…

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  • Tabernacle 101

    Tabernacle 101

    “The demons have created a computer virus and planted it on the dark web, it’s designed to shut down all online systems on Earth.”


    Actual dialogue in the film.

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★★

    While he’s always been sharp with words, what I’ve always been struck with Kaufman  is the inventiveness, the honesty and in the words of John Cuasak in Being John Malkovich “ the physiological questions” With this he pens his most poetic(I mean literal poetry excerpts) and abstract script yet. Other carry overs are musings and pontificating on identity, the artistic process, history, criticism, connection, mortality. A number of references and pieces of media reincorporated that mirror the characters and sequence…