Teamwork makes the dream work.
“The Mothman Prophecies. I still can’t have my blinds open at night.”
“There was no actual violence shown onscreen and it was so fucked up, proving you don’t need onscreen violence to be disturbing.”
Swiss Army Man, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano, revolves around the relationship between a man who is dead and a man who wants to die.
“There’s nothing more surreal than watching mass murderers and rapists walk around freely, laugh about their crimes, be interviewed on television and then act out their crimes.”
“1408: You never see the actual evil entity — the room itself is evil, and provided most of us spend a lot of time in rooms, it makes you paranoid.”
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There’s nothing like a gripping sea thriller about humans becoming shark chow to remind you that being single is not the worst thing in the world.
“Nothing like raping a woman while she is being pulled apart. This movie was disturbing as shit.”