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  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom


    Finally gave what plenty of people consider to be the most disturbing and sadistic film ever made  a rewatch after 8 years. I didn’t like it the first time and after a rewatch, I still don’t like it. BUT there were a few aspects of it that I appreciated this time around. It has a nice handful of stunning shots that look like paintings because of how well framed it is from border to border. I also do admire how…

  • Son of the White Mare

    Son of the White Mare


    Such a shame this damn near masterpiece fell deep into obscurity. It’s one of the most beautifully psychedelic visionary animations I’ve ever seen. It’s like if the Bible, Hercules and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time all got together and somehow made a baby, this would be that baby. What I love so much about it beyond the stunning and hypnotic animation, is how well it embodies the spirit of mythological storytelling. None of it feels sugar coated for…

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  • Joker



    This was the most insane and memorable cinematic experience I’ve ever had with a comic book film. Seriously, Joaquin Phoenix is a treasure and gives the performance of a lifetime here. Easily in contention with Heath Ledger as the best Joker performance of all time. Todd Phillips directed this film to perfection where the vast majority of the films world, atmosphere and events feel incredibly believable on top of being aesthetically stunning to look at. It’s thematically rich, beautifully ironic,…

  • Persona



    Every once in a while you get a film that adds gallons of fuel to the burning passion you have for film as an art form. PERSONA is one of those films. it’s a film that I found incredibly thought provoking and intentionally perplexing. It’s crafted in a way that delivers answers but also begs questions. Every aspect of filmmaking is brilliant and is responsible for giving you an unforgettable experience. Its a film that tackles the psychological complexity of…