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  • Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

    Henry: Portait of a Serial Killer wasn’t what I expected, but I exist in a weird world where I only started to know Michael Rooker from The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Slither. It wasn’t until he started appearing in popular culture did I start recognizing him in dozens of films I had already seen...but one always eluded me. Henry has always come up on lists for grindhouse style horror films that come highly recommended and inevitably seems…

  • The Love Witch

    The Love Witch

    The Love Witch is the first film in a long time that effectively captures the spirit and style of late 60′s/early 70′s horror cinema. The sets, costumes, make-up, acting, editing, and even cinematography make the film feel like it was only recently discovered: as though the film was sitting in a canister in an old attic and remastered for release forty years later. It’s the style that initially spoke to Meg and I - it’s something we didn’t expect to…

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  • Rango


    I was really surprised with Rango. I went into it thinking it was going to be a typical silly film for children but ended up loving it. This film had all the elements you need for a good film and I can safely say that it could possibly be one of my favourite animated films of all time.

    First and foremost, the plot is centered around a chameleon who has been stranded on a highway and wanders into a strange…

  • Dunkirk


    I’ve had a difficult time writing my review for Dunkirk. I feel as though every time I sit down to write it I stumble over the serious nature and I’m not able to articulate the heaviness of the subject matter. It’s difficult to write any reviews on films that are about devastating incidents, but without diminishing the tragedies depicted in the film, I have to say that Dunkirk was an impressive feat that had my heart racing the entire time.…