As far as horror comedy goes, “The Mansion” is one that’s lampooning every genre cliche possible. However, while doing so, it implements such a heavy kind of humor that the screening quickly turns into a bore.
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Jeremy Saulnier’s “Hold the Dark” incorporates all the grittiest concept cinema knows, but unlike his two previous films, it’s the least impactful and engaging one.
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Although a decent effort on the executive level, “Mara” never leaves its own comfort zone of being “just another horror movie in 2018”.
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Lucrecia Martel’s adaptation of Antonio di Benedetto’s novel “Zama” is a costume drama that echoes with rich existential poetry, but what works in the form of written language doesn’t translate on the screen.
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In this very sparse drama by Raul Arevalo, the inevitability of whats coming next is what truly resonates in the film.
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“Romina” by Diego Cohen is a true red herring of bad movies of 2018. Unusual, remarkable pile of crap.
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“Girl”, a debut feature by Lukas Dhont, is a tremendously executed drama about self-acceptance.
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The Korean “Burning” is a slow-paced, hypnotising tale about the vanity of life, blended in a mix of psychological drama and crime thriller.
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A surreal stop-motion animated film, which reflects the distress of the Chilean dictatorship.
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