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  • Possessor



    Portfolio #11

    “Just think, one day your wife is cleaning the cat litter and she gets a worm in her, and that worm ends up in her brain. The next thing that happens is she gets an idea in there, too. And it's hard to say whether that idea is really hers or if it's just the worm. And it makes her do certain things. Predator things. Eventually, you realize that she isn't the same person anymore. She's not the…

  • Lost Highway

    Lost Highway


    Portfolio #10

    “I had a dream last night. You were inside the house. But I couldn’t find you. Then there you were, lying in bed. But it wasn’t you. It looked like you, but it wasn’t.” 

    Fred Madison (Bill Pullman), a saxophonist, and his wife, Renee (Patricia Arquette), live a lavish, secluded life in the Hollywood Hills. One day, Fred receives a mysterious message via intercom: “Dick Laurent is dead.” Soon after, the couple begins receiving unlabeled videocassette tapes filmed…

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  • Videodrome



    Portfolio #9

    “‘Videodrome.’ What’s this?”
    “Torture, murder....”
    ”Sounds great.”
    ”It ain’t exactly sex.”
    “Says who?”

    Max Renn (James Woods) is a programmer for Channel 83 Civic-TV, a television station that specializes in broadcasting sex and violence to the general public. While scouting for new pirated material, Max and his partner, Harlan, discover a scrambled transmission of live sex, torture, and murder that Max thinks will be the hip new wave in public access television - Videodrome. It turns out the…

  • Personal Shopper

    Personal Shopper


    Somber, existential, and debilitating. Kristen Stewart gives a wonderful performance.

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  • Us



    I dunno guys. I feel like I watched a totally different movie than the one you all hyped up. Maybe I read too many positive reviews beforehand and got my expectations too high, and maybe that 4 star average led me on a bit, but I thought this was inferior to Get Out and I wasn’t really thrilled with it. It was kind of corny. I wasn’t sure whether to laugh throughout or what, because that’s what most of the teenagers…

  • Climax



    “If you couldn’t dance, what would you do?”

    I just had the chance to experience this at a theater for an exclusive, late showing and I know now that seeing this on the big screen is the definitive way to watch it. It should be watched on the biggest screen with the biggest sound system, period. I’m pretty sure the neighboring movies HATED us because the volume was pumped the fuck up. At first I thought it was…