Tetsuo I: The Iron Man

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Samuel

Surreal films tend to sort of wear thin by the end of them, but I enjoy films that have a point. I like that it's short enough to not really get tedious and the cyberpunk aesthetic is done better than probably any other film I've seen. Lovely stuff. I do feel hat - like with most cult horror ...Read more

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Hillsonn

In terms of technique (that is, to say, gijutsu-teki) this film is incredible. An whirlwind of unnerving edits and fantastic special effects left me both enraptured and unnerved for the entire film. Also worth noting is the films soundtrack - completely enhances the film's atmosphere and ...Read more

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