A cheesy horror comedy centered around a gay couple who catch a ride with a closeted trucker and end up battling it out in an abandoned junkyard with some a naked vampire succubus chick and other vampire lackeys. It's only 80 mins so it moves quickly. Mildly entertaining but nothing I'd recommend.
Starts off with some calming Mark Rylance narration then proceeds to calmly take us through one long night set in a small tailor shop in 1950s Chicago. Slow burn storytelling, great acting, twisty turns, an enticing mystery element, betrayals, and quick bursts of bloody violence help make this gem one of my favorites of 2022 so far!
Mark Rylance delivers an understated performance as Leonard the clever tailor who knows a thing or two about a thing or two.
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A sleek looking erotic thriller about the consequences of voyeurism. Lying, cheating, adultery, death, deceiving, broken hearts, and lots of boobage! This film's premise and the characters are silly as hell. I watched these trifling ass characters and thought "wtf are u doing ya dumbass" more than once. But somehow it still held my attention throughout its almost 2 hour runtime. There's a mean spirited twist if u stick it out.
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James Wan returns to horror with a fucking bang man. The film itself starts off with a banging opening sequence as we're treated to a bloody massacre in a psychiatric ward in a random isolated dark castle setting. From there this shit is bonkers bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S 🍌🍌🍌!!!
Malignant boasts all sorts of wacky wtfuckery! Wild opening sequence, flickering lights, great score, Lights Out vibes, giallo vibes, supernatural slasher vibes, comedy elements, the buried city under Seattle location, body horror, snarky…