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  • The Blackwell Ghost 3
  • Mount. NABI
  • 1974: The Possession of Altair
  • Senritsu Kaiki File Kowasugi! The Most Terrifying Movie in History

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  • Slaughter'd

  • Albatross

  • The Picco Incident

    ★★★½

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  • The Forbidden Files

    The Forbidden Files

    ★★★★★

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

    Found Footage brilliance here. Different stories from around the world, primarily set in the 80's capturing various supernatural phenomena on tape. The episodes are really short, yet still grabbed my attention. It feels like the Twilight Zone meets Black Mirror, but still completely original in both concept/execution... My favorite episode has got to be 'The Witch'. Which one was your favorite?

    Episode 1: The Castaway (7 min)
    The logbook of the only survivor of the Vega sinking, witness to a…

  • Senritsu Kaiki File Kowasugi! File 01 - Operation Capture the Slit-Mouthed Woman

    Senritsu Kaiki File Kowasugi! File 01 - Operation Capture the Slit-Mouthed Woman

    ★★★★½

    A video series shot in the form of a mockumentary, called 'Senritsu Kaiki File Kowasugi!’ — While you can only stream these in Japan; I was lucky & caught the ‘Final Chapter’ (File-07) on YouTube before it was eventually taken offline. This (parallel) universe created by Kôji Shiraishi (Noroi) is extremely unique in concept and just the kind of ‘weirdness’ that I like.

    Link (Japan Only): osorezone.com/title/761

    Chronology of franchise:
    (1): Senritsu Kaiki File Kowasugi! File 01: Operation Capture the Slit-Mouthed…

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  • On the Count of Three

    On the Count of Three

    ★★★★★

    Christopher Abbott’s Papa Roach performance sequence rocked my world.

  • Ghost Adventures: Goldfield Hotel

    Ghost Adventures: Goldfield Hotel

    ★★

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

    I had high expectations for this, seeing that I really enjoyed Bagan's last feature, 'Demon House'. It felt very real to me- whether simulated or not, it was just captured very well.

    Goldfield Hotel feels like once all the characters/day-players get 'possessed' via the second act, it's just game over from there, because all the behaviors decelerate and the performances merely feel less and less organic as a result.

    It's definitely a fun movie to laugh at- or enjoy with your friends, but if you were hoping (like me) this would be the next level up from 'Demon House'...it isn't.

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