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  • The Mystery of Chess Boxing
  • Blade Runner
  • House
  • Ninja Terminator

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  • Multiplicity

    ★★★½

  • A.P.E.X.

    ★★★½

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    ★★★★

  • The Believers

    ★★★★

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  • Multiplicity

    Multiplicity

    ★★★½

    Michael Keaton is very talented and his different personalities in this film are colorful and enjoyable. Perhaps not the most PC film for modern audiences but if you can get around that it's worth a watch. Lots of good bits that made me chuckle.

  • A.P.E.X.

    A.P.E.X.

    The plot is so convoluted and weird but I love it. This guy gets zapped to the past with a killer robot and then his return trip sent him to an alternate timeline where killer robots run rampid and humanity lives underground. People just blink out of existence Thanos style at times. The action and military garb in it reminds me of a low budget Starship Troopers but with robots instead of alien bugs. While there are pacing issues and the acting can be a bit sub par at times I'd say this one is worth seeking out because it is a lot of fun.

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  • Cyber Ninja

    Cyber Ninja

    ★★★★★

    A masterpiece of special effects and a bizarre spectacle from Keita Amemiya who is most well known for his Kamen Rider films. This movie has the perfect recipe for the ultimate sci fi action experience: the titular cyber ninja, giant mechs, tokusatsu style villains with elaborate costumes, a heaping dose of Atari lasers, and an orchestral synthesizer score that sets the mood perfectly. You need this in your life.

  • Daughters of Darkness

    Daughters of Darkness

    ★★★½

    Erotic horror that comes close to art house at times with masterful lighting and an ornately morbid atmosphere. The score by François de Roubaix ties the film together perfectly. One of the more well known lesbian vampire movies and for good reason.