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X -  6.5/10

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A great thriller slasher that excels in its intent. While not groundbreaking, it masterfully pays homage to classic horror films. With a stellar cast and an outstanding performance by Mia Goth, it establishes itself as a new classic in the genre. It has enough entertaining death scenes to leave you thoroughly satisfied. And with a stellar cast and an outstanding performance by Mia Goth, it establishes itself as a new classic in the genre.
 

Guy Ritchie's The Covenant -  9.5/10

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A suspenseful psychological thriller that takes viewers on a mind-bending journey, blurring the lines between reality and illusion as a wealthy banker gets entangled in an elaborate and life-altering game. This looks and feels like it great movie from the start. Filled with unexpected plot twists, it will keep you guessing until the end.

Silent Night -  9/10

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Just wow! What an experience! A modern day silent film. The lack of dialogue heightened the perception of all the sounds to the max. All of the punches, kicks, gun shots, grunts and breaths are clearly heard and felt. The fight scenes were choreographed to perfection. Normally in action movies the protagonist cartoonishly outmatches the bad guys. In this film you see a much more realistic depiction of fights where the protagonist often gets hurt badly, but comes out on top because he really is that guy. Another excellent element of the film is the showcasing of how an average man transforms into a killing machine. Instead of simply entering the movie prepackaged with fighting/shooting skills, we get to see the training and progress it takes to become who he is. This feels more of like going on a ride at an amusement park than a movie, in the best way. This is an action movie that would be played in an art film festival.

 

The Game -  9/10

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A suspenseful psychological thriller that takes viewers on a mind-bending journey, blurring the lines between reality and illusion as a wealthy banker gets entangled in an elaborate and life-altering game. This looks and feels like it great movie from the start. Filled with unexpected plot twists, it will keep you guessing until the end.

Mr Nobody  -  9/10

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A truly incredible one of a kind film. The premise is not just intriguing but also thought-provoking, leaving a lasting impact on the viewer's mind. The unique non linear storytelling is so captivating. The distinctive directing style is fantastic. From the very beginning, it's evident that this is a cinematic gem, due to the many powerful elements harmonizing in concert to create an unforgettable masterpiece.

Prey -  6.5/10

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A solid entry in the genre, this film delivers a straightforward yet thrilling hunter vs. hunter storyline. While the plot isn't overly complex, it successfully achieves its goal, providing an enjoyable and engaging experience. It's a fun watch, though not groundbreaking.

Ricky Stanicky -  7/10

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This was a fun silly good time with plenty of laughs. It seamlessly aligns with the inappropriate humor of comedies like "The Hangover," ensuring a good time for fans of that genre. With a standout performance from John Cena, this film delivers what intended to do

Nightcrawler  -  8.5/10

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Nightcrawler is a gripping and exploration of media ethics and ambition. It presents you with one of the most chilling characters you'll see in all of cinema. This movie is a character study diving deep into the psyche of Lou Bloom, portrayed brilliantly by Jake Gyllenhaal. His eerie determination and moral ambiguity drive the narrative, creating an unsettling atmosphere that keeps you hooked from start to finish. The story explores the lengths to which individuals will go for success and the ethical lines they are willing to cross.

Shutter Island -  10/10

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A cinematic experience that will leave you questioning reality itself. With Leonardo DiCaprio delivering one of his most intense performances and Martin Scorsese's masterful direction, this film immerses you in a dark and mysterious world where every clue leads to more uncertainty. The gripping storyline, atmospheric tension, and unexpected twists make it a must-watch that will keep you on the edge of your seat and linger in your mind long after the credits roll. If you love thrillers that challenge your perception and keep you guessing, "Shutter Island" is the perfect choice.
 

Sicario  -  9/10

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This gripping film offers a visceral portrayal of the gritty realities of capturing criminals "off the books." With its relentless tension, raw violence, and unflinching authenticity, "Sicario" captivates viewers, keeping them on the edge of their seats and fully engaged from start to finish. One of the film's most distinctive elements is its innovative narrative style, which keeps viewers in the dark by presenting the story through the perspectives of characters other than the main protagonist, heightening the suspense and intrigue.

You'll Never Find Me  -  4/10

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The pacing of the movie was very slow and boring, dragging out scenes and testing the patience of its audience. With each passing moment, the film seems to linger unnecessarily, failing to maintain a sense of momentum or urgency. As viewers eagerly await the big reveal promised by the narrative buildup, they are met with disappointment when it finally arrives. The revelation lacks the intrigue and depth anticipated, falling flat and failing to ignite any sense of excitement or engagement. And just when hopes are pinned on a climactic plot twist to redeem the film, the ending falls short of expectations. Instead of delivering a satisfying resolution, the twist feels contrived and unsatisfying, leaving audiences with a sense of disillusionment and a lingering dissatisfaction with the overall viewing experience. 

Late Night With The Devil  -  7.5/10

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A truly unique presentation of film. The recorded show vs behind the scenes pov has a powerful effect in grounding the viewer in the world of the movie. The actors in this had a strong performance that made the movie feel very real. This movie was almost perfect besides the weird ending. The whole movie is grounded in reality infused with the supernatural, but the ending makes the movie turn into a fantasy. But despite not having the best ending to wrap up the film, the roller coaster ride to get you to that ending is well worth it.

Immaculate  -  6/10

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Nothing special. Yet another take on the omen trope. Sydney Sweeney does a fantastic job carrying the movie, but the plot feels short and rushed. If she wasn't starring in this film, there would not be much reason to go see it. It wasn't bad, it was entertaining while it passed the time, but it was also nothing new or groundbreaking.

The Invisible Man  -  9.5/10

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Truly a quality thriller film with a ton of depth. More than a simple chaser slasher. It starts out as a psychological horror as she is fucked with mentally. The escalation of witch the protagonist's life gets disturbed is captivating to watch. There is an interesting plot twist after which you have no idea what to expect. And there is a really satisfying plot twist ending to send off the film

Talk To Me  -  8.5/10

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A fantastic horror film with a proper ending. Its gripping narrative delves into the complexities of human emotions and the eerie consequences of tampering with the spirit world. It blends suspenseful storytelling with themes of grief. This film keeps viewers on the edge of their seats until its haunting conclusion.

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