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  • Raw



    Raw is steeped in a horrifically eerie atmosphere that never lets up or allows its viewer to breathe. Every moment is drenched suspense and terror. But underneath all of that is a brilliant discussion on sexuality and what it means to be a woman in our current era.

    The cinematography is gorgeous, too, especially when there is a vibrant usage of color involved. The paint scene immediately comes to mind. The gore effects are chillingly realistic and Garance Marillier gives…

  • Personal Shopper

    Personal Shopper


    ”Lewis, is it you? Or is it just me?”

    The day after my grandfather died I had an incredibly vivid dream. I can still picture it now. He was sitting in a chair in his kitchen in the one-bedroom apartment he and my grandmother would share. He was wearing a blue shirt (which was odd because he always wore black except on very rare occasions) and he said two words to me: “Be careful.”

    My grandfather’s death was the first…

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  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    A modern masterpiece. The Coen Brothers create a world filled with silence and then use Hitchcock-esque suspense to tear violent holes in said world.

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    Well damn. That was quite a film. Fury Road manages to be entertaining with its action and profound with its storytelling. It's not a "blow you away, make you rethink life" kind of film, but it does rip your eyes from their sockets and captivate you from start to finish.

    If that's not a mark of a masterpiece, I don't know what is.