Celluloid Junkie - 3964 Film Ratings
Member Since: Dec 29, 2008
Location: Brasília, Brazil
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|40 13%||Rambo: Last Blood (2019) - Sep 19, 2019|
|70 71%||Crawl (2019) - Sep 18, 2019|
|40 13%||Blinded by the Light (2019) - Sep 17, 2019|
|40 13%||House of 1000 Corpses (2003) - Sep 15, 2019
"Severly Hooper-inspired -- specially by the out and loud (and underrated) sequel --, but it's just too bad how Zombie ruins most of the chilling, macabre, disgusting stuff with too much WACKY AS FUCK negative vignettes, ridiculously "sexy" flashbacks and a bunch of other seamless distractions. I just couldn't care less about its convoluted though dumb plot -- Spaulding feeds Firefly family with new flesh, who feeds Dr. Satan with new flesh... -- but I just love Moseley, Haig and Goggins here."
|40 13%||The Dead Don't Die (2019) - Sep 14, 2019
"So, this is supposed to be Jim's sardonic, weird, deadpan gore comedy about the sick state we live in today -- zombies looking for Alprazolam and wi-fi signal, meaning they remain the same even after experiencing death. Most of its second part looks just lame -- Swinton's alien, samurai character, the meta-dialogue between Driver and Murray -- and the best stuff happens before the mayhem takes place, with some good satire stuff (Buscemi's KAWA hat). Too bad it mostly feels so lazily ironic. "
|65 61%||Morto Não Fala (2018) - Sep 13, 2019|
|50 33%||Blood Work (2002) - Sep 08, 2019
"So convoluted and mostly uninspired late serial killer flick from Eastwood, who is better here acting than directing. The fact that the FBI old star comes back to life after a heart transplant planned by his now next door boat owner (Daniels) only to a last showdown is fairly promising but also just boring. That yelling mexican cop must be one of the lousiest side characters ever written."
|50 33%||Birds of Passage (2018) - Sep 07, 2019|
|80 84%||Bacurau (2019) - Sep 04, 2019
"This is barely a movie, but a fucking blast in form of random neo-western images of Brazil facing neonazis with old guns and a huge sense of community. They come here to make their tropical purge. We respond with their heads standing in front of a closed church so we can take pictures and send it to our friends. "
|50 33%||The Looming Storm (2017) - Sep 03, 2019
"It deserves some credit for the amount of artificial rain, but fact is that it doesn't go further in its depiction of a serial killer's actions through the eyes of an obsessed factory worker whose future is about to be taken by capitalism and tragedy -- dismissed from work, his love interest commits suicide, his pupil dies abruptly, he almost kills a man he thought was the killer and goes to prison for that. Bleak, well-shot but ultimately empty."