Midsommar (2019) basks in its own radiant glory. By incorporating its luminous cinematography, raw acting of Florence Pugh and visionary direction of Ari Aster, this bizarre drama leaves a long-lasting impression. Dani (Florence Pugh) isn’t on particularly good terms with … Continue reading Midsommar (2019) Review
November (2017) is a visually stunning exercise of folk and witchcraft as well as a dark tale about love, nevertheless it exhausts more than it entertains. Dark screen. A clanking sound foreshadows the appearance of what seems to be a … Continue reading November (2017) Review – An Estonian Dark Folk Tale
“The Heretics” mixes plenty of ideas in one pot, but the final outcome is a film with a solid, engaging plot and neat visual effects.
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“The Ritual” draws inspiration from both “The Blair Witch Project” and “The Wicker” and still manages to find its own voice.
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“Life is just a long, scenic drive to the cliff(..), but in the end, whether you are a good person or a son of a bitch – it is all the same cliff”.
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