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My Early 20s Nightmare

This movie gave me flashbacks to being at a house party that gets out of control. When you're too intoxicated to have fun anymore and there is some serious drama going down and you just want to leave but you can't because you need to find your friends and they are also way too out of it. Music is blasting and and you just descend into a terrible nightmare adventure of trying to survive the night. This movie really disturbed me but it was absolutely fantastic. It definitely falls into the category of very possible real world horror.

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Murder on the dance floor

The high priest of New French Extremity cinema dazzles, disgusts and delights once more with yet another cinematic assault on the senses. The premise of Climax (2018) is a simple one: a dance troupe convene in an abandoned school for a night of drink-fueled revelry, only to discover that--horror of horrors--somebody's spiked the punch - or rather, the sangria!  Though this premise might have worked just as easily for a comedy flick, Climax instead takes us on a psychedelic descent into hell. The execution is classic Noé: long tracking shots and incidental dialogue ramp up the tension between the various set pieces as the characters struggle to maintain their grip on reality, all winding up to a jaw-dropping finale that amply deliver on the film's title. It's a movie that is at once difficult to watch and impossible to turn away from: the whole thing looks and sounds fantastic, and this blu-ray edition from Arrow Films is undoubtedly the next best thing to seeing it in the cinema.  In conclusion, what exactly Climax is 'saying' is left for the viewer to interpret for themselves--Noé's films are notoriously oblique in their social commentary--but what can't be denied is that it says it beautifully. If you're a fan of artsy horror films or transgressive cinema in general, you owe it to yourself to watch this movie. Simply put, you've never seen anything like it. 

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