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At an impressionable young age, Aaron was traumatised by Philippe Mora's 1982 monster flick The Beast Within and has never looked back.
The film is low-boil Soderbergh-lite.
This could have made for a rich, elegant, atmospheric horror flick.
“It’s impossible to watch all of this detached from the warped lens of how von Trier sees himself”
“A valuable inquiry into the curative power of canine company.”
There’s a lot more going on than in Get Out , notes Aaron Yap, impressed with its ambition.
Includes responses from critics, historians, auctioneers, and artists.
Every bit as quietly rapturous as his breakthrough 2016 Oscar champ Moonlight.
An 88min how-to in making something as exciting as Taking of Pelham 123.
Warning: this one will hurt.
It almost smacks of fantasy, Aaron Yap writes.
May heat up your déjà vu meter, writes Aaron Yap.
There’s also a sense of a little-too-late hanging over everything.
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