The kind of video art and abstract films that I absolutely love.
One of the trippiest videos I have ever seen and the fact that this was made in the late 60s is mind-blowing in and of itself.
One of the scariest films I've ever watched.
Barley is able to capture the anxiety, paranoia that comes from the fear of the mysterious, the void, nature itself, alone, free, at its rawest, with the absence of light. It makes us feel oppressed, impotent.
We are not in control anymore, we have never been.
Hinterlands made me feel weak, scared somehow.
Tsukamoto comes back with an amazing samurai story.
It's like Kurosawa made a film with huge amouts of cocaine in his body.
Great mix of frantic, extremely dynamic moments, and other moments of absolute calm, meditation, dream and sometimes mystical ecstasy.
The fighting scenes are masterful, and the last section of the film is poetry on screen.
Chilling sound design.
An hypnotic work, where blood and sperm are two sides of the same coin, and life and death lost their…