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  • Halloween II

    Halloween II


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

    Again, Samuel Loomis got the best line.

    "You don't know what death is!"

    Halloween (1978) review
    Halloween (2018) review

    I watched the original Halloween for the first time the very evening before I watched the 2018 film in the cinema. Since then, I have actively avoided the sequels. I knew most of the details of Halloween II, including the twist, prior to watching it today, and I was content with just knowing. It is worth mentioning that a portion of…

  • Cold Skin

    Cold Skin


    Cold Skin is moderately enjoyable, visually compelling and has a fairly interesting premise. It presents that feeling of isolation well, conveying the effects that extreme solitude has on a person and the survival/action parts are done well enough to hold the interest of the audience. But I genuinely suspect I'll forget that I ever watched this film within the month. It's missing something. Lots of comparisons in reviews to 'The Shape of Water', but Cold Skin's fishperson lovin' is totally…

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


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

    Mulholland Drive is a masterpiece. It consists of many of the elements I loved about Twin Peaks, condensed into a sizeable but necessary 146 minute runtime. A surreal neo-noir mystery with some legitimately terrifying scenes to boot, it's a uniquely challenging and deeply powerful film that is bound to haunt my thoughts for a very considerable amount of time, as Twin Peaks did before it. The performances are incredible, but especially the performance by Naomi Watts; when they clapped during…

  • Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks


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

    I began watching Twin Peaks for the first time on February 25th and concluded Season 2 on March 3rd. I have yet to watch FWWM or The Return, which I intended on getting to shortly. So, a bit of a binge watch. And what I consumed was some of the best television ever made. And you can quote me on that. I'm not familiar at all with David Lynch, this being my first introduction to his work, but I already…