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  • Blonde Cobra

    Blonde Cobra

    ★★★★★

    Suffering is hard to notice, more often than not. The world around you may be fully aware of the difficulties you’re going through, yet you’re unable to even comprehend what’s wrong, if anything. Acknowledging your mental health is the first step to keeping it in control, and for many, it takes years to even realize what’s going on in your head. Trauma builds in a brain for years and years, being handled differently by every individual. Some slowly come to…

  • Flaming Creatures

    Flaming Creatures

    ★★★★★

    What do people mean when they say “just be yourself”? What does that imply to someone in a time of need? Want to feel more comfortable in your environment? Just be yourself. Want to have an easier time making friends and acquaintances? Just be yourself. Want to put yourself out there and feel success in this world? Just be yourself. This simple statement is told to people all throughout their life, young or old, happy or sad. It’s an easy…

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  • Homage to Blow Job

    Homage to Blow Job

    ★★★★

    I know it's typical for me to like LaBruce's newest outing, but honestly, how could I not? A homage to one of the best films from one of my favorite directors, directed by another one of my favorite directors? Hell yes I'll love it, and at only one minute, there really isn't a reason for you to not check it out too.

    Watch it here.

  • Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis

    Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis

    ★★★★★

    There is so much I wanna say.

    But I can't.

    The words aren't there.

    You deserved better, Jack.

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  • Dragged Across Concrete

    Dragged Across Concrete

    ★★★★★

    It's shocking to see so many people claim that this film is full of conservative pandering and bigotry, especially considering that absolutely no one is spared in terms of this film's assessment of the human race. It's nothing but cinematic anger and frustration put into a two and a half hour epic of societal deconstruction, by far the most brutal film from S. Craig Zahler yet, in a narrative sense. It's much less graphic than the director's previous two films…

  • Girl

    Girl

    I'm in complete awe. One has to wonder how a film this vile and incompetent could ever get made in the modern world. Why do we need yet another movie written and directed by an adult cisgender man about the struggles of a teenage transgender woman? Why are we getting such shallow, empty, and pity driven representations of trans people in the modern age of film? It's a movie that isn't focused on the inner difficulties of being a trans…