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  • Her

    Her

    ★★★★★

    Dear Spike Jonze,

    I'm an anxious person. An angry person. A disconnected person. Yet, even while wallowing in my cynicism, I can't quite shake the fact that there's something entrancing about the crooked beauty you illustrate. The sounds of grinding metal tuned through a myriad of pristine violins, or the soft strumming of a ukulele, it's always given such an emotional weight as you bring a thought and soul to a silly-enough story of a man in love with his…

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love

    ★★★★★

    An admission that you must know before you read any further into this: I have social and general anxiety. Not really crippling in my eyes, but it's enough to be a good problem. I can barely make eye contact in public, with a lot of the eye contact being fleeting at the most, and I only speak at the lowest of volumes with my voice when I talk in public. Whenever I'm surrounded by people I don't know, I just…

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  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist

    ★★★★

    The demon is awake, and tonight he's anticipating the ultimate communion. Beyond the desecrated crosses and the ravaged bedrooms is a smile; jagged and gangrene, wondrously sinister and unforgiving. A smile that exudes screeches and cries of agony through its bloodied teeth. Hell is amply raised, the atmosphere of pain and pleasure dominating stone-cold men and freezing them in their tracks. Broken down, in an uphill battle to not be completely annihilated in satanic fury, all while a red and white face looks on from the ether in delight. The Power of Christ can only do so much. A-

  • Maniac

    Maniac

    Episodes 1-3

    So far, a mesmerizingly original science-fiction experiment. Immediately starts as a thrilling intro of a world filled with flickering neon and cleanish streets, but very quickly expands into a guinea-pig intrigue-comedy of odd procedure with ill individuals torn in half by their personal issues at its core. Very soon, the melancholy sets in and meshes with the subtle shtick in a beautiful cohesion of fronts and the damaged pasts they cover inside of a place of pristine white…

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  • Hereditary

    Hereditary

    ★★★★½

    Sounds. Glorious, emanating from the beyond. Croaking, droning, choking, moaning, screeching. Vibrating off of the screen like a symphony that only hell could conjure. Evil slithering from every edge of the frame, enveloping its subjects, consuming them, devouring them, and destroying them. Such brilliant, beautiful blood, untouched by caution; no mercy, no sympathy, only hate, only tragedy. Interconnected, like a pristine pentagram, with our bodies in the center. It's horrifying, and disgusting, and addicted to torture, but don't deny its…