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Tag Archives: Foreign Films
Horror, Cult Movies, Exploitation Cinema, 70s Schlock, and more! Let’s look at something cool! “See through my eyes… Look… See what I did for you…” Synopsis: Summer break y’all! Three BFFs decide to spend their nights creating stunning graffiti art. … Continue reading
“Obviously I’m not okay!” Story: Let’s get ready to rumble! In this corner Sadako, aka The Cursed Video killer from Ringu! In the other, Kayako the revenge killer from Ju On! In between, two young girls who found that damn … Continue reading
Thanks to Bloody Disgusting, here’s a gorgeous, atmospheric look at Aurora, a chilling and absolutely gorgeous horror film from the Phillipines. Read the piece at BD for more info! (Because I’m really lazy today, and they’ve done a damn good … Continue reading
Nutshell: Moving, bittersweet and powerful, A Fantastic Woman not only makes it’s mark as a Best Foreign Film Oscar contender, but as a reminder that the struggle for LGBTQ rights is still very much a struggle. Grade: A “Saying goodbye … Continue reading
“Little lady’s hungry. Don’t they feed you down there?” Story: Sweet virginal (literally) Justine is about to start Vet school! Hooray for her! But the first week hazing rituals are a bit too much for her sensibilities, especially when she’s … Continue reading
“People nowadays will riot over anything.” Story: A super busy, super self-absorbed businessman and his young daughter board a train so she can visit visit her mom in Busan, South Korea. An obviously ill girl got on board too… But … Continue reading
Nutshell: With hints of Pride and Prejudice and Muriel’s Wedding, The Wedding Plan is a sweet, quirky, and heartfelt look at women, men, marriage, and faith. Faith in yourself, faith in your family and friends, and faith that everything will … Continue reading