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  • Night of the Living Dead

    Night of the Living Dead


    It has been frustrating trying to find a DVD or blu-ray with a decent transfer and English subtitles for many many many years. A few months ago, Criterion finally released their own version with an absolutely gorgeous and breath-taking transfer and subtitles. I can't find enough words to describe how happy I was to finally watch Night of the Living Dead.

    The film started with a magnificent boom and immediately got me hooked! The atmosphere is utterly captivating and the…

  • Hereditary



    Hereditary is absolutely a breath of fresh air the horror community needed in a long time. It goes truly deep into the dark emotions and demons the characters have within themselves. And portray them to the audience to immensely experience them and get utterly terrified. That rarely happens in almost all of the horror movies.

    The true horror of witnessing significant losses, the battles with inner demons and devilish entities, and ritual possessions beats out any use of boring and…

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  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels


    The atmosphere and cinematography of “Fallen Angels” absolutely blew me away and they are easily some of the greatest I have ever seen. Ever. The visuals and the camera work are very jaw dropping that any use of CGI is nonexistent and they really sucked me in so much that I actually felt like I was there inside the film watching everything unfold. It was very obvious that Enter the Void and some of Terrence Malick’s latest films were inspired…

  • Passengers



    I can see why some critics hated this film and why some liked it. Passengers is a mixed bag but at the same time I quite enjoyed watching it.

    First of all, the casting is somewhat strange. Chris Pratt is definitely not a good fit for the role in this film. Period. Personally, I think he is good for a certain type of role like the one in Guardians of the Galaxy but not this one. I perceived Jennifer Lawrence…