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  • Source of Evil

    Source of Evil

    I'm currently crowdfunding this trumpsploitation found footage horror short film I plan to make & star in: Crowdfunder.co.uk/Source-of-Evil

    Help make it happen by contributing any amount, big or small! Any support is much appreciated & rewarded with producer & special thanks credits onscreen, on Letterboxd, IMDb & TMDb, private links to watch the film before release & more!

  • Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

    Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

    I'm (mis)using this review feature to let you know that Be My Cat is now available worldwide on DVD & Signed DVD! (extra scenes included, plus a special perk for the signed version)

    The movie will also premiere for free on YouTube in a livestream with cast & crew on October 27, 6PM Pacific Time, when I'll be watching it together with you & interacting live in the chat! Hope to see you there soon!

    Later edit: I could barely keep up with…

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

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

    Brilliant Lesson on the Magic of Film & Acting

    In the theatre scene, the man on stage clearly explains in the beginning of the show that everything is fake. He introduces a guy singing at a trumpet, but then the guy stops singing, yet the song continues. You understand it was not him singing.

    In spite of this, right afterwards you get fully dragged into believing the woman on stage. Her singing shakes you to the core. But then you see…

  • Freaks

    Freaks

    Tod Browning Goes for Your Empathy, Not Your Sympathy

    In the beginning, Tod Browning is telling us that we are the real freaks, we who consider ourselves superior and look down on his disabled performers. So much that we and not them need to be accepted (the famous “we accept her, one of us” scene). But does he try to idealise their morals in order to awaken our sympathy? No. In the end he shows them to also be brutally…