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  • The Unborn

  • Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan

    ★★★

  • Wrong Turn 2: Dead End

    ★★★½

  • Children of Men

    ★★★★

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  • The Unborn

    The Unborn

    Horror Hunt #42 (December 2021)

    6. Jewish Horror
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    Nobody:
    The poster designer for The Unborn (2009): 👌😩👌🍑👀🍑👍😎👍🍑👅💦🤤🥰

    Apart from that cheeky poster there just isn't a lot to enjoy here. I struggle to understand why a horror film that features the Holocaust has so many references to asses and poop and stinky bathrooms (that scene in the nightclub bathroom was too much even for me 🤢). A few decent scares here and there prevent this from being a total…

  • Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan

    Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan

    ★★★

    52 Years In 52 Weeks: 2021 Edition

    44. 2007
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    I never knew Genghis Khan was such a cool boyfriend.

    Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan tells the story of Temüjin's early life before he would become the feared conqueror known as Genghis Khan. There is lots of romance, friendship and sick battle sequences with horses and swords.

    On a technical level this does mostly everything right. The vaste landscapes of Mongolia (actually China and Kazakhstan) create a sense of…

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  • Monster Hunter

    Monster Hunter

    Paul W.S. Anderson: Man, defiling a beloved video game franchise sure was exhausting. Now what will I do?

    Monster Hunter: *Exists peacefully*

    Paul W.S. Anderson: Weelll helloooo.

  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    Spooky Scary Horrorthons - Film #16

    The term timeless is being thrown around a lot, but John Carpenter's The Thing hasn't actually aged a single second in 32 years. The masterful use of godlike practical effects and impeccable suspense is something that is rarely seen in the world of cinema at such an impressive level.

    The story centers around a group of burly men (including a heavily bearded Kurt Russell and my #1 man crush Keith David) working at a…