OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gregg Araki knocks me off my feet the second time already (the first is Mysterious Skin), I don't even know what to expect from him, he's totally unpredictable machine that produces queer masterpieces. KABOOM is like a TV show or film about university, witches and cults but actually good. Expressionist cinematography by Sandra Valde-Hansen sets an amazing mood for the film and polished direction of Gregg Araki make KABOOM a tonal and sexual masterpiece out of a terrible and outworn plot. It's a weird little film but the one that will hold a special place in my heart.
"I'm your God now."
My 60th Nicolas Cage film and what a blast this dazy madness is! God of madness himself, Nicolas Cage, plays a redneck woodcutter with a chainsaw who morphs into a vengeful, stricken with grief butcher who will not rest until all the Jesus freaks who are responsible for his beloved's death are dead. It feels like my whole life of watching Nic Cage movies and his career were coming up to this insane and reckless triumph…
Over the past few years we've seen great accomplishments in horror films by first-time directors such as Robert Eggers (The VVitch), Jordan Peele (Get Out), Jennifer Kent (The Babadook) and Julia Ducournau (Raw). And it's pretty hard to believe that but Hereditary is Ari Aster's debute feature. Filmmaking is exceptional and igniting, Ari Aster is holding you in your seat from the very first to the very last second.
This movie tells a story of a family that consists of…