Watched Split Second (1992) by an author from
In a flooded future London, Detective Harley Stone hunts a serial killer who murdered his partner and has haunted him ever since — but he soon discovers what he is hunting might not be human.

Objectively one of the worst films I’ve ever seen. But I enjoyed it well enough.


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Watched Last Night in Soho (2021) by an author from
A young girl, passionate about fashion design, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart with shady consequences.

I was onboard, with some reservations, for maybe the first hour but then… Dog this is awful.

The coda just puts the tin hat on it.

The story might have made a decent six part drama mystery but as a film?! Oh, no. No no no.


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Today is the anniversary of the birth of Jóhann Jóhannsson. He’s one of my favourite composers, and he might be one of yours too, you just don’t know it.


I watched this the other day and, either, I have no recollection of the end at all or this is nothing like what I experienced. I do remember having no interest in developing any sort of personal relationship with Delilah, so I don’t know if that is a factor?

Watched Kong: Skull Island (2017) by an author from
Explore the mysterious and dangerous home of the king of the apes as a team of explorers ventures deep inside the treacherous, primordial island.

Loki and Captain Marvel team-up to thwart Nick Fury’s vengeance upon an endangered primate.


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Watched End of Days (1999) by an author from
On 28 December 1999, the citizens of New York City are getting ready for the turn of the millennium. However, Satan decides to crash the party by coming to the city and searching for his chosen bride — a 20-year-old woman named Christine York. The world will end, and the only hope lies within an atheist named Jericho Cane.

I can’t really think of anything clever to say about this. Gabriel Byrne seems to be enjoying himself? Arnie manages to stay on the right side of earnest and glib without, for the most part, getting melodramatic. Though Robin Tunney has clearly not had that note.

It just blows my mind that with such rich source material, Dogma is still one of the better films inspired by Catholicism.


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