• Belle de Jour

    Belle de Jour


    Classic. Loved the atmosphere and beautiful  images. Great weird but realistic story.

  • Things Heard & Seen
  • La Grande Bouffe

    La Grande Bouffe


    Finally saw it. Great film. Such a strange, disgusting and sickening film that made me wanted to take a shower and eat healthy food haha. Loved every minute of it.

  • Threshold



    It couldn't get more low budget than this movie. Shot on two iPhones by a crew of three and two incredible actors. It's a horror story that, well, could be more scary and less road trippy but it's a very decent little indie film that I liked. The ending is very cool. Thanks, Arrow, for giving these kind of films a stage.

  • House



    Fun movie, but too eighties, too comedy and too Evil Dead II for my taste. And yes, I love Evil Dead II and yes, I know House was released before Evil Dead II.

  • Army of the Dead

    Army of the Dead


    I was really pumped for this one, 'cause I LOVE Snyder's remake of Dawn of the Dead. I knew this one wasn't an intelligent movie, but just a lotta fun. It was. For the first hour. The second hour dragged and dragged and became a cliche'd bore. And even though Snyder takes 50 minutes to introduce all the characters I just couldn't care less about none of them. That's strange or just bad writing. A shame because it looked amazing. Some really memorable images in a wasted Las Vegas filled with intelligent zombies and zombie tigers and horses.
    In the end: nah.

  • The Two Popes

    The Two Popes


    Too long and too pro church and catholic religion. Good acting of course and some nice editing here and there. But nah.

  • Love, Death & Robots: The Witness

    Love, Death & Robots: The Witness


    I'm not gonna review and rate every episode of Love, Death & Robots, but I wanna give a big four-and-a-half stars for this episode. It is so amazingly animated and I love the story and the fact that it has no limits when it comes to nudity and swearing. Sorta revolutionary!

  • The Empty Man

    The Empty Man


    Surprisingly good horror. Some really scary images and a very cool idea. First 22 minutes are amazing.

  • Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band

    Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band


    Classic rock 'n roll story about a band and their claim for fame. Beautifully visualised and told. Great music of course. Would've loved to see and hear the other one remaining Band member Garth's side of the story.

  • Layer Cake

    Layer Cake


    Fine movie that got Craig his Bond role. Intelligent writing, great acting.

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    Really good. Great use of colors (blue and pink!) and great and necessary message.