DEATHGASM [2015]

A fun blood-splattered young adult horror comedy. Deathgasm is the heavy metal rendition of Evil Dead and Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive/Braindead.

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (2013)

DiCaprio’s most impressive performance. Raunchy, bold, The Wolf of Wall Street is Catch Me If You Can on crack. Hell lots of them.

BLUE JASMINE (2013)

Blue Jasmine is a strong material for character study. It is rich with personality flaws and strange quirks. A unique and elegant character-driven story neurotic women can easily relate to.

PHILOMENA (2013)

Frears triumphantly blend a touching journey of a mother finding her long lost son with Coogan’s comedy wits into a delicate brew of a heart-stirring tale.

CHEAP THRILLS (2014)

Two cash-deprived friends offered by filthy rich strangers to perform a grisly home entertainment. Cheap Thrills is gruesome as well as comical. A spanking fresh dark comedy.

DEAD SNOW [Død snø] (2009)

It has every horror movie cliché, terrible acting, and ridiculous Nazi zombie (I’ve seen way better Nazi zombies). The only wonderful thing is that they’re paying homage to classic splatters like Evil Dead and Peter Jackson’s Braindead (kudos to the t-shirt).

SIGHTSEERS (2012)

Is it horror? Is it thriller? Nooo.. it’s British dark comedy! This is the weirdest love story and most dysfunctional couple in the history of British film-making (or ever). Yup, it’s definitely fresh.

A FANTASTIC FEAR OF EVERYTHING (2012)

A Fantastic Fear of Everything looks like something made for a quirky visual art project. .. or something from Lemony Snicket book directed by Michel Gondry.

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS (2011)

“Paris in the morning is beautiful. Paris in the afternoon is charming. Paris in the evening is enchanting. But Paris after midnight is magic.” Woody Allen knows exactly how to sell the melancholy side of Paris. I guarantee you’ll be loving Paris more just by seeing the very first minute of it. Midnight in Paris…

THE DESCENDANTS (2011)

‎”Paradise can go fuck itself.” The Descendants surprised me by its often comedic manner. The adapted screenplay is pretty much solid and well-written (loving the voice-over narration and the hysterical remarks!). However, The Descendants is a little bit overrated with all the awards hype. I do enjoy Clooney’s performance in this side of drama, but…