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  • Murder Party

    Murder Party

    ★★★★★

    I have been researching a fair bit about Digital Art recently and sometimes you do get caught up in all the art bubble. I have to admit that it can be a little fun when you start over-intepreting things and writing wanky crap. Writing about art in the most contrived and stupid way possible is almost a creative art in itself. And as long as you don't take yourself too seriously what is the harm in that. Jeremy Saulnier definitely…

  • Happy Death Day

    Happy Death Day

    ★★★★★

    I Got The Die to Live Another Day Blues

    I woke up this morning, feeling round for my wounds
    Know 'bout how I got these, been murdered blues
    Woke up this morning, feeling round for my wounds
    But you know 'bout how I got these, been murdered blues.

    Lord, I feel like being condescending towards some lonesome dork.
    Got up this morning, and my tomorrows was gone
    Lord, I feel like being withering towards some dumb-ass ho.
    Well, I got…

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  • On Body and Soul

    On Body and Soul

    ★★★★★

    A sweet and beautiful love story set within an abattoir. The unusual setting of a slaughterhouse for a romance signals inmediately that it is waving it's freak flag high and proud. Which is cool, cause I have always been attracted to that kind of thing given that my personality and behaviour tends towards the unconventional and leaves ninety percent of the population baffled. The character's themselves are also atypical. There is a man in his late fifties or early sixties…

  • Gerald's Game

    Gerald's Game

    ★★★½

    Flanagan sure set a difficult task for himself. How do you sustain an audience's attention for almost two hours when your plot consists primarily of a woman handcuffed to a bed in a secluded holiday home for almost the entire duration? Undaunted, he pulls delusions, nightmares and flashbacks out of his kit and sets to cobbling together as riveting a story as possible. And with a plucky performance from leading lady, Carla Gugino, he almost makes it work. But with…

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