Anyone who’s a fan of J-Horror and/or Sion Sono’s filmmaking style and nihilistic worldview should check it out.
Del Toro gorges his artistic appetite from all possible angles, but makes the strongest, most human elements secondary to all the visual candy.
It’s a conundrum, but a consistently approachable one.
Even with expectations properly tempered to the low expectations of the January dumping ground, Blood Wars still comes off as an immense disappointment.
If you look beneath the relentless, miraculous onslaught of avant-garde-cranked -to-11 style, the plot of Hausu makes sense. Kind of. I think.
La Danza de la Realidad (English title: The Dance of Reality) marks Alejandro Jodorowsky’s return to feature-film directing after a long hiatus. Twenty-three years passed between the… Read more “Jodorowsky’s DANCE OF REALITY (2013)”