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Greg Klymkiw

Greg Klymkiw
Greg Klymkiw's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Electric Sheep

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 79% I, Olga Hepnarová (Já, Olga Hepnarová) (2016) We weep for Olga Hepnarová, but we're also placed in a position wherein we might be able to weep for those who carry out acts of violence and, in so doing, kill themselves. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Aug 28, 2016
3.5/5 No Score Yet White Coffin (Ataúd Blanco: El Juego Diabólico) (2016) In his latest offering, the Argentinian director Daniel de la Vega takes us into some delightfully juicy territory. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Aug 19, 2016
3.5/5 57% Jeruzalem (2016) Yes, this is yet another found-footage horror film shot on a shoestring, but there's no need to despair since JeruZalem is a wildly entertaining, often unbearably intense and occasionally drawer-filling experience. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jan 21, 2016
2/5 74% Black Mass (2015) What drives the world of Black Mass is Bulger's enablers, henchmen and virtually faceless rivals whom he stylishly dispatches. It's the human factor that's missing right across the board. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Nov 19, 2015
5/5 No Score Yet Hurt (2015) Alan Zweig's Hurt cold-cocks you as frequently as it wrenches tears. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Oct 20, 2015
3/5 76% The Blackcoat's Daughter (February) (2017) The movie offers three babes, a creepy old house and a malevolent possession all within a sumptuously crafted indie feature, so what the hell am I complaining about? ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Oct 4, 2015
4/5 76% Baskin (2016) Take it or leave it, but I was very happy to have partaken. So, I suspect, will more than a few other pervy geeks. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 30, 2015
2/5 91% The Witch (2016) The Witch is bargain basement Terence Malick crossed with a Roman Polanski wannabe and dollops of half-baked Bergman, but worse yet, is not unlike lower-drawer M. Night Shyamalan. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 30, 2015
4/5 92% Demon (2016) Demon raises many questions, but supplies no easy answers. What it delivers, however, is one of the scariest, most sickeningly creepy horror films of the year. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 24, 2015
5/5 80% Pink Flamingos (1972) Seeing this movie seemed like having a dream of home, and the world of the movie made me feel like I'd found my true home. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Aug 17, 2015
3.5/5 36% Beyond The Reach (2015) The Reach offers up happy corroboration that filmmaker Jean-Baptiste Léonetti's astonishing dystopian science fiction masterpiece Carré Blanc was no first feature fluke. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 28, 2014
2/5 80% Ned Rifle (2015) All along the way it's impossible to remove Hartley's tongue that's burrowed far too deeply in his cheek. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 28, 2014
4/5 22% The Sound And The Fury (2014) Replete with ludicrous buck-toothed prosthetics, plenty eyeball rolling, grunting and drooling, Franco goes further on the 'full retard' front than any actor in film history. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 28, 2014
5/5 88% The Tribe (2015) A sad, shocking and undeniably harrowing dramatic reflection of Ukraine with the searing truthful lens of a stylistic documentary treatment (at times similar to that of Austrian auteur Ulrich Seidl). ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 23, 2014
55% The Editor (2014) The Editor is probably the coolest film you'll see this year and one you'll want to partake of again and again and yet again. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 22, 2014
No Score Yet Crime Wave (1985) Each and every time I see the film, I'm not only howling with laughter as hard as I did when I first saw it, but absolutely floored by how astoundingly brilliant and original it is. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Sep 22, 2014
62% The Sacrament (2014) All in all, The Sacrament is a terrific little thriller and I'm looking forward to seeing it again. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jun 5, 2014
86% Willow Creek (2014) Goldthwait is the real thing. If you haven't seen his movies up to this point, you must. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted May 2, 2014
98% Jodorowsky's Dune (2014) Frank Pavich's feature documentary is as close as we're ever going to get to seeing what might have been one of the great movies of the late 20th century. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Mar 20, 2014
83% The Unknown Known (2014) The whole movie is a hoot from beginning to end, but what we're ultimately presented and left with is 102 minutes of lies - or, at the very least, what Rumsfeld wants us to hear, even if he knows we don't believe a word. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Mar 9, 2014
94% Stories We Tell (2013) Sarah Polley is often referred to in Canada as a 'national treasure'. She's far more than that. She's a treasure to the world - period. And so, finally, is her film. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jun 18, 2013
85% Rundskop (Bullhead) (2012) Roskam hooks us like a master and leads us where he needs to and wants to - on HIS terms and those that the story demands. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Feb 5, 2013
95% Midnight Son (2009) Visually and narratively, Midnight Son leads us confidently into territory we almost never see, but even when things start to feel familiar, Leberecht throws us a curve ball ... ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jan 11, 2013
78% Killer Joe (2012) This, my friends, is the kind of movie they don't make anymore. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jun 28, 2012
33% The Ward (2011) Tons of cheap scares that make you jump out of your seat and, if you have difficulties with incontinence, you are advised to bring along an extra pair of Depends. ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jan 20, 2011
87% Black Swan (2010) I love this movie to death! ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jan 20, 2011