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  1. Badlands (1973) Where have you been all my life? 5/5 The Blob (1988) pretty decent body horror film; lots of cool practical effects and killings. 3/5
  2. Saint Frances - 4/5 Found this absolutely wonderful. Bridgit is in her mid-30s; without a job, husband, any kind of life, gets a job as a nanny for a six-year old. The backbone of the story is the relationship between the two, and Bridget trying to juggle her heavy, sporadic periods while trying to find her way in life. But it's the performances that make this. It's quite blunt in its depiction of abortions and periods, but I loved how honest it was. In the end, it's all about hiding from - and having to confront - emotion. Kelly O'Sullivan writes, directs and stars in this. Really excited to see what she does next. Just read a letterboxd review which I think's lovely
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    This is Hip-Hop.

    That Action Bronson is fucking dynamite.
  4. Looking forward to seeing what you think! It's extremely slow-paced, in every way, but Reichardt's films have a way of attuning me.
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    The electronica thread

    special frequency from this EP was posted in the Best New Music thread, but this is my favourite from the release and I can see a lot here liking it. Cos it's fuckin' ace. A real BoC 'Old Tunes' energy to my ears. that detuned lead
  6. First Cow. I love Kelly Reichardt's meditative film-making. This is enchanting. 5/5
  7. Agree with this. I pretty much despised everyone in this, but what an experience. And the score absolutely canes.
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    This is Hip-Hop.

    this is great, too.
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    This is Hip-Hop.

    That Koreatown LP is mental. I love it. Hadn't heard of him before; some flow.
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