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  • Cemetery of Terror

    Cemetery of Terror

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    Vinegar Summerdrome #11/37 (one movie directed by ruben galindo jr)

    dunno who ruben galindo jr is, but this was a pretty fun mexican horror flick. felt like evil dead meets stranger things (lol). i liked the vibes of this a great deal. set during halloween. checks all the boxes. makeouts, trick or treating, cemeteries, demonic incantations, and rugged heroic psychiatrists. listen to this song that played on a radio in one of the makeout scenes and tell me this movies…

  • The Black Phone

    The Black Phone

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    this movie was surprisingly good for a modern horror movie. felt pretty classic in some ways. really shocked cause didn't this guy direct a doctor strange movie? what the heck. anyway, it's set in the past, like literally everything nowadays. it's strange that so many horror movies are set in the seventies and eighties nowadays when we are very clearly living in the most horrific time currently. guess it's not brown enough.
    the kids were terrible actors, except for the…

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  • The Party

    The Party

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    Pretty run-of-the-mill teen romance, albeit without much of the awkwardness characterizing today’s iterations. Sophie Marceau appears for the first time on screen vibrant as ever and exuding early adolescent agitation. Much of what I love about this film has to do with the specific type of eighties frankness many of the characters exhibit while talking with each other. There’s a lively spirit at the heart of it which rears its face each time Richard Sanderson’s recording of Reality starts back…

  • Possession

    Possession

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    Recommended by Julps2

    I have been hearing about Possession for years, and, up until now, I'd never found myself in a convenient enough position to watch it. My preconception of the film, that it was going to be a creative, but tedious story about a spurned lover casting a spell on his ex, ended up being wrong. I was met with something far more interesting, although certainly more difficult to digest.

    Ε»uΕ‚awski throughout the film implies a level of expressionism…