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  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Mission: Impossible - Fallout


    Fallout may not be the deepest movie ever, but it definitely one of the most exciting. Not since something like Back to the future has the script and the structure, and the stakes worked so flawlessly together. Always raising the bar, always something new. 

    The other great aspect of this movie is that it is actually about something. We follow Ethan Hunt through a chase against demons of his own creation. In a way merging both the Hunt and the…

  • Hellbound: Hellraiser II

    Hellbound: Hellraiser II


    Cares about the plot as much as someone trying to make a sequel as soon as possible. The movie’s story doesn’t even start until about half way thru. Hell raiser 2 visits similar territory as the first but this time in a mental asylum. 

    Is it about grief and how it can be one’s personal hell given Kirsty’s guilt and grief of her dad dying? Is it about commenting on mental health institutions as literal hell on earth? Is it…

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  • Possessor



    Possessor is more shocking than reflective. It’s a product of the post modern take on identity and how there’s not just one identity but a combination of different aspects of personality, etc. Everything we’ve ever done and thought, informs who we are and how there’s no one true self. 

    The movie goes to lengths to illustrate this take. Tas is a corporate assassin who has to take over targets bodies and minds and commit murders that will benefit her employer.…

  • Haunting on Fraternity Row

    Haunting on Fraternity Row

    Project X and paranormal activity sounds like an interesting or at least entertaining combination on paper. Yes and no.

    This movie goes hard on the project X aspect of it. The college party stuff, the comedy, and so on are where the movie spends most of its efforts. The characters are cardboard cut outs and the only ones that have some sort of arc is very tangential to the story.

    The horror aspect of it is what the movie is…