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  • Malice in Wonderland

    Malice in Wonderland

    ★★★½

    A colorful, hallucinogenic animation with disturbing sexual images, an off-putting soundtrack and screams that's repulsive and uncomfortable - like a mad tea party I am bind to deal with as a woman - if you know what I mean.

    I wonder if Vince Collins is having a big mood when he made this.

  • Anima

    Anima

    ★★★★

    A must-see especially for fans of Paul Thomas Anderson and Thom Yorke. These two coolios made an awesome collab here about a man's struggle with the system and coming to terms with it? (also, finding solace with someone.) The visual imagery and choreography was engaging and I wonder if PTA is planning to make a dystopian movie --let's say, 1984? I'm not a fan of remakes but I'd be curious to see that if ever.
    Meanwhile, Thom Yorke's haunting and…

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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

    A Nightmare on Elm Street

    ★★★★

    Dear Freddy Krueger,

    I wish I am dreaming right now to tell you how much I hated you more than I hated Regan because you scarred my innocence and scared the living daylights out of me. I remember I can't even look at the ceiling or even have the courage to turn the lights off and pretend you aren't real because man you are fuckin' scary and terrifying! Your creepy, disfigured burnt face and those gloved armed razors tearing the…

  • The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

    ★★★★

    Known as the epitome of the German Expressionism in cinema, the film's subjective representation and historical allegories of the First World War we can see from the film's set design the abstract shapes, slanted houses, crooked buildings, creepy shadows, eerie bluish yellowish colors - it's entire surrounding is nightmarish and chaotic. I'm no expert in art or history or whatever but from the visual style itself you can feel the disharmony of the society. I also like the stylised inter-titles…