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  • Fallen Autumn

    Fallen Autumn

    I was going to wait for the poster to update on here before I uploaded this film, but then decided to just release it anyways.

    This is the best I've felt about something in quite awhile.

    I need to thank Blade Runner 2049, and especially Zimmer and Wallfisch for their beautiful score that heavily inspired me to make this.
    It feels better now.

    Go check this out and let me know what you think if you have the chance.

    youtu.be/IaD0X6ZV3yg

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "Go see your daughter."

    These are my final thoughts and words, some of which are taken from my original two logs on here:

    I'm so sorry this took so long.
    It's not only the fact that I'm preoccupied almost all the time, but more so the impact this film had on me.
    How it's been clouding my mind since I first saw it, making me fuzzy.
    I really thought a rewatch would help...
    (Btw, two times in IMAX is the…

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  • It Comes at Night

    It Comes at Night

    ★★★★★

    I'm almost shaking from the devastating ambiguity and horrifying actions that happened in the finale.

    This is how you make a horror film.
    Thank you.

    I didn't think A24 could make a better (although slightly less atmospheric) horror movie than The Witch... but consider it done.

    I need to see this again.

    If "It Comes At Night" is what modern audiences consider to be SLOW, then god help them all.

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049

    ★★★★★

    "I'm sorry it had to be me."

    I'm still in absolute shock of this film.
    From its stunning visuals and dynamic cinematography and booming sound design, to its beautifully isolated and realized themes of the hypocrisy of artifice and humanity in society, it really fried me.

    It is easily the best film of 2017, and one of the greatest moviegoing experiences I've ever made.

    In fact, this is what movies should be.
    Smart, fulfilling, and narratively and characteristically able enough…