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Fight Music — D12

The type of shit that causes mass confusionAnd drastic movement of people actin stupid Fight Music — D12

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Thoughts on The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse is a slow-burn descent into madness expertly portrayed by Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe. They play lighthouse keepers with the task of manning the lighthouse on a rock out at sea for four weeks. But their isolation and growing annoyances of the other, soon guide them down the path of madness. Directed by…

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Thoughts on the film Joker

–is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there? Arthur Fleck speaking with his Social Worker Joker is a phenomenal film, released in 2019, that explores a possible origin story for Batman’s famous arch-nemesis. I can’t believe that I was sat right where I am now as I write this, considering not going…

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Doolittle

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Thoughts on Rosemary’s Baby

The haunting story of a woman carrying her first child, struggling to keep it all together. However, she begins to suspect outside forces are working against her and her family’s safety.

An absolute horror classic.

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Once upon a time in Hollywood

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1917

1917 is the incredible film from Sam Mendes about two friends tasked with delivering an important message to save a battalion.

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Knives Out

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Ellen Ripley (circa 1979)

In celebration of my restarting Alien: Isolation later, I thought I’d share a commemorative picture of Sigourney Weaver from the film Alien.

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Thoughts on A Nightmare on Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street is one of the most recognisable titles in cinema – as is it’s villain, and star, Freddy Krueger. I felt the urge to re-watch this film after my recently-formed gaming obsession with Dead By Daylight. I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that much of the film still holds up…