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[LG OLED Meets Directors] Ep.03 - Bertrand Bonello

We're kicking off a fresh series! - [LG OLED Meets Directors]. LG OLED MOVIE CLUB is all about hanging out with directors who are making waves. We're talking everyone from up-and-coming newbies to the big shots, covering everything from artsy flicks to family-friendly ones, and even those cult movie symbols that mess with your head! We had a chill but real talk in the interviews - perfect for just lounging on the couch and tuning in. So, get comfy because it's time for [LG…

[LG OLED Meets Directors] Ep.02 - Justin Chon

We're kicking off a fresh series! - [LG OLED Meets Directors]. LG OLED MOVIE CLUB is all about hanging out with directors who are making waves. We're talking everyone from up-and-coming newbies to the big shots, covering everything from artsy flicks to family-friendly ones, and even those cult movie symbols that mess with your head! We had a chill but real talk in the interviews - perfect for just lounging on the couch and tuning in. So, get comfy because it's time for [LG…

[LG OLED Meets Directors] Ep.01 - Hamaguchi Ryusuke

We're kicking off a fresh series! - [LG OLED Meets Directors]. LG OLED MOVIE CLUB is all about hanging out with directors who are making waves. We're talking everyone from up-and-coming newbies to the big shots, covering everything from artsy flicks to family-friendly ones, and even those cult movie symbols that mess with your head! We had a chill but real talk in the interviews - perfect for just lounging on the couch and tuning in. So, get comfy because…

[NEWS] LG OLED Brings Cinematic Joy to Busan International Film Festival

As the curtain rose on the 28th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), a wave of cinematic joy and festive excitement swept through the vibrant streets of Busan, South Korea. A hub for cinematic celebration, BIFF is renowned for nurturing emerging talent and connecting cultures through the universal language of film. With this spirit, the LG OLED Awards made their debut at the festival this year, joining hands with BIFF to not only support the film industry but promote rising directors…

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Starring both Najarra Townsend (Contracted) and Brea Grant (Lucky), The Stylist is a great horror film about a hair stylist who obsesses over one her clients (Brea Grant), with deadly results. We don't want to give away too many details, but add this Jill Gevargizian-directed masterpiece to your watchlist!

Sure, the holiday may have passed, but this is going to become a Thanksgiving must-watch for years to come. Thank you, Eli Roth, for both the original 2007 trailer and serving us this platter full of gore and creative kills.

It's time to cut Ben Affleck some slack. The Town, which he directed and co-wrote, is a fantastic film about a thief who's ready to leave the game once and for all, but becomes romantically involved with one of his/their previous robbery victims. However, hot on their trail is a team of FBI agents who will stop at nothing to end them. Aside from the strong Boston accents (you'll learn to accept it), the storyline and acting are well-placed throughout the film, making it one of the best films to come out in 2010.

We suggest going into this film without looking up anything about it. The film features a mix of slight humor and suspense, and brings together a cast of well-known faces in roles that they were perfectly cast for. Ralph Fiennes leads the film with his always strong presence, along with Anya Taylor-Joy's surprisingly misplaced character.

Since we don't want to spoil it for you, watch this before your food gets cold!

Liked reviews

The most beautiful concert film I've ever seen to accompany one of the greatest albums ever made.

when i saw this movie at the midnight premiere, there were team edward girls in the bathroom and they wouldnt let team jacob girls enter

I made a 45 minute curated playlist of cinematic cyberpunk synthwave tracks and some feel like they belong in this movie so check it out(if you're into that sort of thing):

https://youtu.be/bgxP6_C4Krw

Slow West

Slow West

★★★★½

Slow West is like if Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson, and Jim Jarmusch bore a love child in New Zealand, then raised it in old west Colorado, with the life expectancy of a kiddie film's runtime. (And I mean that in the most complimentary way possible.)

Discussed in full on episode #139 of the Cinereelists podcast.