I have a weak spot for australian movies; combine that with western and we're good to go. High Ground may not cover new ground, but it offer a refreshing perspective in the shape of an aborginian protagonist. It's violent and brutal with lots of shootouts to have you pumped up. It explores interesting questions and problems, but lack the proper depth to follow them. A good watch, but not quite as groundbreaking.
I'm always on the hunt for controversial films and when the topic is controversial movies, both director Lars von Trier and Antichrist is hard not to come about. Now that I finally have witnessed it, I can't say it's a movie that keeps on giving. It's not a bad film at all, but I didn't find it easy to find much about it to like. I doubt I will revisit it in the future.
The world's most bizarre dancing classes ever. Everyone should embrace this as a goddamn piece of modern art.
For me, its hardly possible to look at this as a remake to Dario Argentino's 1977 movie with the same name, as the elements of witchcraft and a dancing school with girls are the only similar things that ties them together - it's two complete and very different takes on the concept, and the two movies are hardly anything alike.