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  • It Comes at Night

    It Comes at Night


    So what exactly "comes at night"? Simply put: Fear, Paranoia, Anxiety.
    I think director Trey Edward Schults does an excellent job of building the tension, slowly but surely, because halfway through, he kinda flips things over from the concept of us against the world out there into us against each other. The threat within becomes even scarier than whatever is outside. It's character driven, it's performance driven, and thanks to the unsettling yet beautiful cinematography and how it plays in…

  • The Mummy

    The Mummy


    Welcome to a new world of Mediocridty..
    If this is supposed to be the start of Universal Studios' ambitious "Dark Universe", to have all of their classic monsters in a cinematic crossover, then it's off to a bad start. 
    Not only is this film mediocre, but it's a film that doesn't know what it is- and it shows. The script was written by SIX PEOPLE! It wanted to please everyone and when you try to please everyone, you please no…

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  • Deadpool



    This movie is basically the world's most violent and vulgar Bugs Bunny cartoon! Bring on the Chimichangas!!
    It's hilarious, fun, raunchy, daring, outrageous, vulgar, twisted- almost anything you can think you wouldn't see in a comic book movie- Except in Deadpool! Defiantly not for kids! (we need more R-rated superheroes)
    Ryan Reynolds works as Deadpool in the same manner as Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man- he's already half the character he's playing.
    It's story is small scoped but works,…

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    Yeah- this was a mindfuck for the ages..