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  • Vincent Gallo as Flying Christ

    Vincent Gallo as Flying Christ

    Download Vincent Gallo as Flying Christ (1981) high quality 480p, 720p, 1080p Full Movie for free - WATCH Free HD Quality Movies

  • Domino

    Domino

    Every work of art is an uncommitted crime.

    - Theodor W. Adorno

  • Dragged Across Concrete

    Dragged Across Concrete

    All the media says is "RACISM, SHOOTINGS, SOCIALISM, KKK"

    I just wanna grill for God's sake!

  • The Third Generation

    The Third Generation

    ★★★★

    has to be one of the wildest Juggalo gatherings I've seen

  • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
  • Grim

    Grim

    ★★★★

    Guys really live in apartments like this and don't see any issue

  • Tusk

    Tusk

    not shocking that this was created by the same guy who penned this tweet

  • Picnic at Hanging Rock

    Picnic at Hanging Rock

    ★★★★½

    Letterboxd Season Challenge 2018-19

    Week 2: September 17th-23rd
    Australian New Wave Week

    I didn't really know much about this film going in, so I really wasn't prepared for how terrifying of an experience this was. It's hard to describe what makes this film so great.

  • Lady Snowblood

    Lady Snowblood

    ★★★½

    Letterboxd Season Challenge 2018-19

    Week 3: September 23rd-29th
    Non-Kurosawa Samurai Week

    I'm shocked that this film was adapted from a B&W manga as its use of vibrant color really does make it feel illustrated. It's violent, sure, but it never overdoes it to the point of cartoonishness à la Riki-Oh. It's not exactly a "traditional" samurai film, as the challenge entails, but I'm glad I saw it nonetheless.

  • Moonlight

    Moonlight

    ★★

    Letterboxd Season Challenge 2018-19

    Week 1: September 9th-16th
    Coming of Age in the 2010s Week

    Drags a bit but good nonetheless. Jenkins shows his talents (in particular camerawork) well and the use of musical cues really work.

  • Invisible Adversaries

    Invisible Adversaries

    ★★★★

    WOW

  • Elephant

    Elephant

    Elephant is not a perfect film – that's obvious from the start – but it does its best to walk around its flaws. Yes, the acting can be stilted, and for a film which cites the Alan Clarke film of the same name as a major influence, it's a lot less minimalistic than it (I felt like the film almost felt like Linklater making a film about a school shooting.) However, the film is still very raw and effective, despite…