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Frostpunk – kinda “review”

In Frostpunk’s essential marketing campaign, you already know the stakes. A winter of biblical proportions has descended upon Industrial Revolution England, driving its residents into the frozen unknowns to hunt out life-giving turbines. In The Final Autumn, you’re accountable for making a kind of very turbines a reality–one that can hopefully save lives sooner or later. […]

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – sort of “review”

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot begins proper the place the anime does: introducing us to Goku and his son Gohan simply earlier than the Saiyans are set to invade earth, revealing Goku’s true Saiyan heritage and setting off a series of occasions that threatens your entire universe. It is a story we have seen performed out in […]


Quick “review”: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

Synopsis: Five travelers in search of gas come across a seemingly abandoned house in the rural outskirts of the Lone Star State. What they find is a family of homicidal maniacs – and one of the most iconic characters in all of horror history. Controversy: For its veritable smorgasbord of horrors, Hooper’s film was banned in Brazil, […]


Quick “review”: Snuff (1976)

Synopsis: A group of murderous, Manson Family-esque hippies, led by a charismatic cult leader, wanders the countryside in search of thrills. After following the gang as they terrorizing numerous folks and nubile females, the film then switches gears and becomes a “documentary” of a young women being “killed” by the film’s crew – an alleged actual […]


Quick “review”: Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Synopsis: After a space probe explodes in Earth’s atmosphere (the most likely reason, given that it’s a theory voiced by the film’s resident scientist), the dead began to rise from their graves and shamble after the living, attacking them for their delicious, delicious flesh. A group of survivors hole up in a house while outside, […]


Quick “review”: I Stand Alone (1998)

Synopsis: Situated between the French arthouse’s extreme edges and exploitation cinema’s lunatic fringe, Gaspar Noe’s notorious feature debut often feels like an existential slasher film as told from the perspective of the killer. Abused at a young age by a priest, an unnamed French butcher ends up killing the man he thought raped his daughter, getting […]


Quick “review”: The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009)

Synopsis: A German surgeon kidnaps three tourists and forces them to participate in an experiment. Putting his “100% medically accurate” theory to the test, he creates a conjoined organism by sewing them together, mouth to anus. Controversy: Like a modern-day William Castle, Dutch director Tom Six used his “100% medically accurate” gimmick to troll for controversy, adding […]