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Scream of Fear
10 hours ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Scream of Fear has like eleventy bajillion plot twists and a script to justify most if not all of them, it's as suspenful as Hitchcock's best movies, and it's got some really good actors and lighting to help with that. Either this or Curse of Frankenstein is Hammer's best movie.

The Gorgon
The Gorgon (1965)
1 day ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The Gorgon is a really good film, with a great plot, beautiful set design, an awesome monster and a phenomenal climax. It should be one of the all-time Hammer classics, but the actors are totally phoning it in, bringing the profile of this film down considerably. Still, absolutely check it out!

A Ghost Story
A Ghost Story (2017)
2 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"A Ghost Story" is a pretty descriptive title. The narrative is very simple and gets down to fairly raw emotions, even if it is soft spoken. It has far less indie-isms than most films of this nature and understands human emotions far better. A decent helping of creative visuals helps

Kiss of the Vampire
3 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Imagine if House of Dracula and Devil Rides Out were combined but significantly more mediocre. Clifford Evans does a good job as Coffin Joe look alike Professor Zimmer, and there's some really really wild sequences, but most of the movie is a bore that would've been suspenseful had the writing "genius" of Anthony Hinds not had a habit of playing his cards early. Worth a watch if you're bored. Set design and music are still good though. Worth a watch if you're bored.

Cidade de Deus (City of God)
4 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

City of God has way too many characters and is more focused on proving a point than telling a story, its biggest sin is trying way too hard to recreate Tarantino's style that itself was lifted from 70s exploitation films, which feels totally inappropriate for this type of story. But, eh, it's still provoking enough that apparently everybody and their mother loved it, and I wasn't exactly hating myself during the whole thing.