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  • Angel
  • Hard to Be a God
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  • Alleluia

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  • Come True

    Come True


    Original sci-fi horror film that takes its inspiration from Cronenberg (both father and son) and Lynch, but still retains its own vision and execution. It’s filled with surreal nightmare sequences which results in a creepy atmosphere. But where it distinguish itself is in the style, its stylistically shot with some blue filter and lighting, the ambient synth soundtrack (Electric Youth!) give it some retro vibes to it, there’s even a scene which is almost a hommage to Drive. Maybe the third…

  • The Turin Horse

    The Turin Horse


    Absolutely Béla Tarr’s Magnus Opus

    Tarr’s take on the apocalypse in reverse order of God who created the world in six days. Everything He made now slowly stops working, where on the seventh day the light stops shining. In the beginning a link with Nietzsche is made, namely the horse that Nietzsche would have seen on the street be beaten, after which he fell around the neck sobbing and never wrote again in his life. It’s actually based on a…

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  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    Entertaining flick with enough explosions, gunshots and fight scenes. Although storywise it’s a bit too much, shallow action movies like these don’t need that much plot, a simple premise is enough. Other than that, it also has some nice locations and of course Ryan Gosling and Ana de Armas are both charismatic enough to follow, the bad guy is also a bit goofy which is nice for a change. The drone shots are also a fantastic addition, just like in Ambulance they add up more to the hectic atmosphere, although I wished this movie was more of an adrenaline rush like Ambulance was.

  • Moloch



    Pretty solid cult horror. The writing isn’t that original, it’s mostly the atmosphere, the ‘’nederhorror’’ is quite impressive, and for me; not too far from home. Entertaining watch that is worth a try for the fans of some gloomy horror atmosphere.

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  • Host



    Play stupid games, win stupid prices.

  • Lux Æterna

    Lux Æterna


    Noé can’t miss.
    A personal mix of a small cinema essay, a YSL promotion and a short mockumentary where a film set turns to hell. Visually not his best but certainly his most aggressive, the last 20 minutes are an intense spiritual trip. 

    The course of this film is again typical Noé, in which the audiovisual aspect becomes more and more intense and the stress and hectic pace increase. Despite the lack of sex, drugs and harsh violence it knows…