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Fucking Åmål (1998)
Teen drama which I really liked
I haven't been a fan of Lukas Moodysson or nordic drama films in general. But after watching this one I think I have to reconsider my opinion and pay more attention to Moodysson's stuff.
It's difficult to explain why I liked the movie so much. Why me, a close to middle-age male feel so related to a story about teenage lesbian girls. Well, I don't think that's the point. The point is that these characters feel humane, and they somehow remind me of...something real in life. It reminded me that I have a heart. Especially the main character Agnes played by the very natural and sympathetic Rebecca Liljeberg. I think anyone who has at some point felt like an outsider can relate to this character. Also the whole story is very well written and doesn't have boring moments. Not all the side characters are very memorable but they're good enough to carry the story.
If you want a warm drama with a little bit of comedy, give this film a chance.
A different kind of supernatural/sci-fi thriller
"Knowing" seems to divide opinions a lot, and I think I understand why. It doesn't really fall into one specific genre, and if you expect it to do so, you might be disappointed. But if you can take it for what it is and try to wrap your head around all its concepts, you might like it.
First of all, there is this mystery-solving aspect which I think is the most interesting element of the movie. It really grabbed my attention and gave some chills. But then there's also some supernatural/sci-fi stuff, religious allegory, and the genre of catastrophe film. I think there's enough material for two or more movies, which might have worked even better. But even as it is I liked the movie. I watched it first time about a year ago, and recently wanted to watch again. I think it got even better on the second viewing.
One thing that must be said is that this is not a feel-good movie. It's quite bleak - though that also depends on your own worldview. But if you like sci-fi movies that aren't always fluffy but more like asking "what if" then you're in the right mindset. The mood also reminded me of some supernatural semi-horror thrillers like "Mothman Chronicles", "The Others" and other movies that make you feel mystery and wonder. I really like that kind of films so that's why I also liked this one.
It's a little bit hodgepodge for a thriller, and perhaps not an easy one, but if you have an open mind for something different, I recommend it.
Saw II (2005)
Decent but quite typical horror sequel
The first Saw film was a surprising one. The second part continues the mythos and does quite good job in it. The villain who was earlier more mysterious gets more spotlight this time. The character of Jigsaw gets more personality and becomes an iconic villain in the world of horror and crime thriller cinema. That's the reason why this sequel kind of works - it expands some aspect of the first film. Other than that I think the movie suffers a bit from the usual sequel syndrome. The first movie was powerful and even shocking because it was so surprising and mystery-oriented. But this time there is no surprise momentum. I didn't get much any chills or thrills. It was just like, ok, I'm watching more of the same. It's a decent movie for horror genre fans but I can't help that somehow I expected something more.
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)
Dvd diary: The cheapest one
I bought this dvd for 30 cents. That equals one and a half plastic bags. I was a bit uncertain if I have the courage to buy Bridget Jones and is it a wise decision... but it was so cheap that I had to do it. I like Renée Zellweger and I sometimes have this weird feeling that I want to buy some chick flick which probably is not going to be to my liking - but it feels adventurous and there's always the chance of finding something surprising.
I bought over 10 movies but the first one that I put in the player was...you guessed it, the curious abnormality and black sheep in the middle of my thriller pile. Reality hit me...what have I done?. The movie is playing, no turning back!
Ok, the beginning was quite good. There were some funny moments and I liked the characters. But somewhere in the middle it started to lose the edge and the last third was mostly very boring. I get it that the movie is based on a book which, like the title says, is like a diary. I believe it probably works better as a book? Or maybe both versions only work for certain type of audience. For me it felt like the movie did not have a consistent plot. There was too much time when the story felt like going nowhere. Well, I guess that's also the whole point - that Bridget doesn't know which man to date, so that causes some random waddling. But I think it could have been done better.
I liked Zellweger because she's cute, and good at playing a funny awkward character. Hugh Grant was also as cool as he can ever be, even though his characters are always pretty much Hugh Grant. Not a terrible movie, not even annoying. Just a little bit too boring for me.
Knight Rider 2000 (1991)
Movie baaaaad.... Hasselhoff gooooood
In theory everything with Hasselhoff is godly. In practice that is only half true. Knight Rider 2000 isn't as bad as I expected but also not as fantastic Hoff-fest I hoped for. Still, I must say his mere existence raises this quite bad movie to a mildly entertaining category. It's a tv movie but it looks amateurish even for that... almost like a fan film or something. But I got used to the style and in the end it didn't bother me that much. Even though the absence of the classic KITT car is a bit disappointing, it's still a Knight Rider movie (even though it's better to stick to the original series unless you have watched it and want something more.)
Who do I recommend this movie: ONLY to Hasselhoff megafans (those who wear the "Hoff Army" patch that comes with his newest cd album. Mine is still intact...though I also have a brand new denim vest waiting...
It's a decent horror film. What did you expect, Casablanca?
I'm old enough to remember when Hostel was a new thing and people talked about it, but I never watched it myself. I usually avoid things that are hyped too much, and then much later when the dust is settled watch it with an open mind.
I was aware that this one, along with the Saw series, was one of the films that started the "torture" sub-genre of horror films. Though I must say these are the only examples that I can name. What has come later I have no clue. However, still today every now and then Hostel is referred when talking about other films, so I thought it's become a minor genre classic, or...cult movie, or something, so I want to finally see what's it like.
Even though the notorious violence in this movie was indeed very brutal, I was surprised that there was also other things going on than just torture. The plot was quite interesting. Maybe the characters were a bit shallow but I didn't mind. Right from the start when there was a lot of nudity and partying I set myself into the right mindset: ok, this is a trash film, bring it on. But then the tone gradually moved to more serious and I thought that was cool. The ending was maybe my favorite part but I also liked the slow buildup.
Overall: I think people wouldn't be talking about Hostel if it wasn't for the gimmick of the hair-rising violence, but in any case it's a decent horror film. But only watch if you're fan of the genre. I mean, stuff like Friday the 13h sequels, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Saw are your usual choices of relaxing on sunday afternoons.
The Hole (2009)
Surprisingly creepy teen horror/fantasy film
I remember seeing an internet video where some preacher talked about some movie where some people dig a hole to hell or something. The speaker was warning people from watching such devilish movies but it left me the opposite impression; hey, that movie sounds interesting! I'm not entirely sure was it about this particular "The Hole" (since there do exist also other movies with similar title/theme, which I haven't seen) but in any case that is the backstory which made me notice this dvd on a flea market.
The dvd cover had the genre marked as "adventure" so I thought it's probably not the horror movie I'm expecting but instead some soft family film. I was right and wrong. It does start like a family/teen movie but does also go further to the horror territory than I dared to expect. There is no bloody violence but even without that some scenes were so creepy that it would send little kids screaming under the bed. I've seen a lot of "real" horror movies that pale in comparison. The supernatural element is played well so that it's more about mystery and unknown, and the "monster moments" are not overused. I also liked the special effects which blended into the scenes very well without sticking out as video-gamish.
I was quite entertained while watching but when I started to write a review I felt conflicted. It's as if there was a lot of potential and I was happy seeing it unfold but when the movie was over not all of that promise was met. The supernatural horror show ultimately boils down to the same thing as most teen fantasy movies; it's about the characters own struggles to face their fears and such. Nothing wrong with that, but the world explanation was left a bit shallow. I would have liked to know more about the hole itself. But this is not a science fiction film where everything is explained. That particular "teen fantasy" feeling annoys me when I think about the movie. But at the same time it's a pretty good movie in that particular category.
Recommended for those who'd like to see something spooky but without the excessive violence of real horror films. Good gateway movie for younger viewers who show interest in scary movies.
Lèvres de sang (1975)
Hauntingly beautiful vampire visions
I have seen a couple of Jean Rollin films and I liked all of them, but Lips of Blood might be my favorite so far. It has an interesting story, and even though it's very simple, the execution of it does make it work really good. In the hands of some other director the same story could have ended up as anyting, but Rollin's visual and atmospheric telling makes it a journey that is pleasant to be on. It's a quite slow movie but I don't find it boring at all. The atmosphere stays captivating all the time.
Rollin's visual style uses a lot of nightly shots with interesting lighting, and overall dreamlike scenes. The soundtrack is very quiet but it only enhances the mood. Sometimes there are woodwind instruments or some calm string music but the occasional music just blends to the background and you don't necessarily pay a lot of attention to it. In other moments there is no music at all, just sounds of wind and such. This all creates a unique feeling that is diffucult to explain. It's like...solitude, being lost in a dream...removed from our world and ended up into something strange...Well, isn't that what movies are supposed to do in the first place, take us to someplace else.
Yes, the movie is about vampires but in a bit different way than usual. It's not so much a traditional horror film (because it isnt very scary) but more like a gothic love story and strange adventure . Someone who doesn't "get" the atmosphere of this film might find it boring or weird, but if you're into dreamlike visions and atmospheric horror/dark fantasy, then you better see it.
Meng nan da zei yan zhi hu (1978)
I'm finally through the brucesploitation box set
This was the last one I watched from a bruceploitation dvd box I got some time ago. "The Man, The Myth" was maybe the most interesting because it was more in a documentary style, "Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave" was somewhat funny because of its wild directing. "Fist of Fear, Touch of Death" should have been interesting because Fred Williamson is in it but it ended up boring I and I already forgot what happens in it. "The Image of Bruce Lee" was also quite boring. But not terrible. In some way I was surprised that none of these movies was completely awful.
Considering how much action is in "The Image", it's strange how can it be boring. There's a lot of kung fu fighting and the choreography is not bad. The fighting moves are generally more real martial arts than in many western action films. But I guess it's the (lack of) directing in the long shots where the fights just go on, and the camerawork is home video style. Sometimes the fights look good but there's hardly any real excitement unless you're a martial arts maniac.
Among the endless legions of fighting men there is one female character, Donna, played by Dana (just Dana?). She was the highlight for me. Whenever she was on the screen it brightened up my mood and got my eyes fixated back to the screen. She's very attractive, the character has a witty personality (best acting?), she has cool clothes...and also likes to take them off multiple times.
It is what it is... not a terrible film but it's a bit too monotonous. Recommended only to those who have aqcuired taste for not-so-good martial arts flicks.
Atmospheric horror weirdness at its best
I don't get it when some people accuse Suspiria for being "too artistic". To me it doesn't feel pretentiously artistic at all. If we go that way I might as well blame "The Shining" instead for being a (rather good) art movie but not so much a real horror movie. Well, I like both, and to some extent they share a similar weird visual atmosphere. But if I had to choose from these two, I'd say Suspiria is my favorite and it has all the elements that I personally think make a horror movie great.
Let's start with the negative aspects which aren't many. Compared to the majestic other aspects of the movie the graphic death scenes look a bit corny with the bright red blood. Yes, I guess that's Dario Argento's trademark style but I think he should have tried something different in this time because I think otherwise Suspiria is a more stylish film than Argento's usual ones (at least from what I've seen so far).
Everything else is perfect. The otherworldly use of colors and lighting makes me wonder, why isn't this kind of style used in movies more often? It's so awesome! Then there's the weird music that adds to the atmosphere. I guess this is where the "too artistic" comments might be coming from? Yes the music is very experimental but I think it it suits nightmarish mood of this movie and I don't mind it as the background soundtrack. Though I must admit some other Argento movies have more memorable themes that I'd be more likely to listen from cd.
The story itself is equally good to the visual style. I like the pace, how the thrill and mystery builds up. The ending is not maybe quite as perfect as the buildup but it's satisfying enough.
Maybe not 100% perfect film if you are being critical...but it has so many things done so right that I just love it.
The Others (2001)
Haunted house film done right (and with a unique angle)
The Others is an old favorite of mine. I first saw it when it was quite new (unfortunately not in theater, that would have been amazing. I guess I was too busy putting my money in music cd's and concerts those days.) It's a movie that is best when you don't know much about the plot, so don't read more reviews, just watch it. But then again, it's an enjoyable film to watch again also if you've seen it before. It has such a lot of value in it.
So, I'm not going to talk about the plot much. It's about an old house where something strange starts happening. That's all you need to know. It's a particularly slow movie but that's where the atmosphere lies. I watched it yesterday in a tired mood when I wasn't feeling like anything too action-packed or noisy, and this one was a perfect fit for that kind of evening.
Usually when nowadays coming across a film that is about some kind of haunted house setting, it's usually some very bland Exorcist ripoff where some demonic spirit infests some person and starts raving around. I don't usually care about that kind of movies. I like more about traditional gothic ghost stories that are more subtle in style. The Others falls more into that category, even though it's also a bit different than usual ghost stories.
Because its slow pace this is a film that could have ended boring but the director Alejandro Amenábar seems to know exactly what he's doing. Also the acting is pretty good. Nicole Kidman is excellent as the neurotic and sorrowful-eyed mother. Another highlight is Fionnula Flanagan as the charismatic and a bit mysterious nanny character. Set pieces also deserve compliment because the house and its surroundings pay perfectly tribute to old gothic horror novels and films. If you want to travel into that kind of world, then this is a movie for you!
Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002)
I accidentally picked up Hellseeker when I thought I was getting part 3, Hell on Earth. Thanks to its Finnish dvd title which translates as...Hell on Earth. Yeah, thanks...whose bright idea was that? Well, ok, let's watch anyway, even though I've heard bad things said about these later Hellraiser sequels.
And it was surprisingly good. The beginning is very interesting as the main character is having weird hallucinations and can't distinguish reality from dreams. I like that kind of surreal feeling of madness! Then the plot starts to drag a bit and feels like not advancing enough. But luckily towards the end there is cool stuff again, and the final wrap of the story is s bit mind-boggling but not bad.
For being part 6 in the series, Hellseeker succeeds pretty well in being a decent film. I was under the impression that all 2000's Hellraiser sequels are terrible but at least this one is watchable. It may be a bit slow if you expect non-stop schock and blood but as a more psychological horror movie it's quite all right, and has enough of Hellraiser feeling. Pinhead does not show up often but when he does it's very cool. I like the fact that they don't overuse the character. That makes him seem more powerful.
Due to the complicated story that has an element of mystery in it there is re-watching potential. I think I'll be back to this one sometime later.
The Curse of La Llorona (2019)
Zero originality but I was somewhat entertained
I was curious about this movie because I've heard about the Mexican legend of La Llorona. I'm not too familar with the story but my hunch is that you could also make a better movie out of it...
What you have here is your very typical horror film where a demonic spirit is attached to a family and then some spiritual guy comes to to help them get rid of the monster. That's it.
In the beginning there is a very short prologue that is set in the 1600's. Then it switches to present time (or 70's or whatever) and I was a bit disappointed. I thought this mythical monster would have suited better in a more distant historical setting. Well, 70's is a good place in time for a horror movie but then it's also more likely to feel like every other horror film. And instead of Mexico they also decided to place it in Los Angeles. Great... you had this intersting folklore character but you decided to strip it from all of its unique quality and make it like every other monsters. That's the biggest issue. There is very little feeling of Mexican folklore, but it's more like every other demon/ghost movie with just some scary woman as a monster.
Even though the movie was totally unoriginal I can't give bottom points because I wasn't bored either. I liked the visual style and quite slow haunting mood which was similar to other films in The Conjuring franchise (though lacking the visual period piece setting.) The monster effects weren't as good as the buildup. The first glimpses of the monster were creepy but when she started having more screentime it became cheesy.
Conclusion: If you expect something new, don't watch. But if you're a fan of demonic curse movies, then you might want to check out this basic genre flick.
Contracted: Phase II (2015)
A proper sequel (but watch the first part first)
I kind of liked the first Contracted and now got to see the second part too. I watched both tonight in a row.
I was a bit skeptical towards the idea of a sequel. First it was a girl who got a disease and when I noticed that there's a sequel where a guy gets the same thing, I wondered if there's any chance for it to be good. Will the character's gender be enough material to create something new?
To my surprise the sequel does not only do the same story over but adds new twists to the plot. There's a crime thriller element (think of Seven) that adds more excitement.
I think the first part was more "fun" and entertaining as a horror film, and my personal favorite, but the sequel was more genuinely scary and thrilling. Well... also the fact that I watched it when the corona virus pandemic is on the news every day, it kind of made watching this movie a bit heavy.
As a sequel Contacted Phase II is quite good. It continues the story but adds also new ideas and brings the thrill to a new level. If you still have appetite for movies about deadly viruses, well, check it out. Watch both parts in a row like I did, and have nice 3 hours of rotting bodies.
Surprisingly good body horror drama
I watched Contracted for curiosity a while ago and kind of liked it. Lately I found the dvd very cheap and watched again. I can't really pinpoint what makes it good. There are some things about the characters and the plot that make no sense but despite the flaws I still think it's a pretty entertaining flick.
I can't really say for sure if the acting is good or not but it does the job. Especially in the beginning I get the feeling that the characters act very naturally like young people would. But towards the end it becomes a bit too over the top and loses that feeling of realism.
Someone might dislike the drama element. If you only want horror and nothing else, you might think that the relations between the characters may be boring. But I liked the circle of characters for what it is, and thought it serves a good frame for the horror plot.
Check it out and decide yourself if it's good or not. But only if you can stomach gross stuff!
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)
Jim Carrey The Movie
When I think of Jim Carrey, I remember that first he seemed awesome but soon I started to get tired of his face and his mannerisms. He did later also start to become a more versatile actor and do different kind of roles, but I'll always remember him best from his craziest comedy roles...the style that once was new and fresh but didn't stay like that for very long.
I watched Ace Ventura again after a long time, and was surprised that it was still quite funny. Actually, I think it is his trademark movie where he had the spotlight to show off all his absurd comedy arsenal. When I watch any other of his 90s' films I do like them but also feel like "blah, this is again the same Jim Carrey thing over and over again". But Ace Venture doesn't feel like that. It's like the original version of Jim Carrey goofiness at its best.
Jui kuen II (1994)
One of Jackie Chan's best
In my opinion Jackie's early films often lean too much on slapstick comedy, but in some later ones he got the things in balance. Legend of Drunken Master is such a case. It does have a lot of comedy but it also has an interesting story and the fight scenes have a bit more punch and the enemies seem a bit more menacing. The fight choreography is of course amazing, and I think Jackie had perfected his style at this point of his career.
If you want a good martial arts action-comedy then this is a good choice. Also a good place to start if you've never seen a Jackie Chan film. (Even though this is a sequel in a way, it's practically its own movie, and I don't think the first Drunken Master is as good as this one.)
Interesting thriller in an alternate history timeline
Rutger Hauer plays a police officer in an imaginary world where the nazis had won the war and become a real country. In this setting Hauer's character is the typical honest cop who wants to do his job and seek the truth...but then stumbles into dark secrets about the war.
At first I was a bit disappointed because I expected an action movie but then had to admit that the movie works pretty well as a thriller. It's a bit slow at times but the plot is paced well enough to stay interesting. I also expected more of a cheesy b-movie style but it was actually very serious and believable story.
The nazi setting creates a fresh take on the detective thriller genre and makes it even more thrilling. There's not much graphic violence, only a little bit of shooting, but the overall story is a bit unsettling...which it's supposed to be.
If you think the concept of this movie seems interesting to you, see it. And also of course if you're a fan of Rutger Hauer.
Yes Man (2008)
Jim Carrey in a family-friendly romantic drama-comedy
The plot idea is pretty hilarious in this movie. The guy has to say yes to everything he is suggested. That reminds me of "Liar Liar" where Carrey's character was under a charm that he must always tell the truth. (But I'm afraid it's a little bit more restrained this time; there's no Jim dumping a trash can on his head.)
The story starts a bit slow but is pretty entertaining all the way. But it wasn't the explosion of laughs I expected. Its tone is similar to some others 2000s' movies Carrey has starred. Not as crazy as his early films, but more in the realm of drama-comedy.
It's not boring but not quite as good as I expected either. The story falls pretty much into a typical romantic drama-comedy mold and doesn't go as wild as you might expect. There's something too sugary and commercial about it. Biggest Jim Carrey fans should check it out. Others, well, if you want a harmless feel-good flick to watch with anybody. But don't expect a huge comedy classic.
Jing wu men (1972)
Decent martial arts film but doesn't hold up to Bruce's actual reputation
Diving into all things Bruce Lee I've found out that his personality and philosophy is more interesting than his actual movies. His fighting technique is excellent but if you're not a martial artist yourself, it's sometimes hard to tell the difference.
"Fist of Fury" (also known as "Chinese Connection") is a mediocre action film with rival martial arts schools scheming against each other, and Lee's character is there to right the wrongs with his iron fists. The movie has two elements. Sometimes it's just people talking, and sometimes there's s a lot of fighting. I got the feeling that sometimes there's too little action and too much talking. It's not the revenge flick I had hoped for. But still maybe an inch better than "Big Boss".
Overall I would recommend this movie only for biggest Bruce Lee fans. The best things about him are some documentaries about him and maybe "Enter the Dragon", so be sure to watch those first.
Metallica Through the Never (2013)
Good Metallica concert with some music video-ish content added
I think this movie is underrated. I must admit I was cautious at approaching it too myself because from what I've read I got the impression that the combination of concert footage and a scripted film is not such a good idea to start with.
Later I had the blu-ray in my watching pile and when the right day had come - I was in the mood for watching a movie and also had been listening to Metallica during last couple of days...and also had a couple of cans of beer in the fridge - it felt like this is the right spot... So I put the disc into the player.
I was surprised that the movie is mostly just a Metallica concert. The scripted story is there just for extra effect, just like in shorter music videos. Compared to other band spectacles like Alice Cooper's "Good to See You Again", let alone Lordi's horror film "Dark Floors", Metallica pretty much focuses on the music which is a good thing. Their songs keep playing all they way, and even if the story element doesn't bring much extra to the table it doesn't matter because the music holds the package together. I would go as far as saying that this is one of the better rock band movies I've seen. That is, because it's not so much a "movie" but it let's the music speak for itself, and the movie aspect is there just for bonus. I noticed that right away when a less interesting song enters the speakers, the movie starts to feel more boring, even if tere's a lot going on in the story department. But as a whole the set list is pretty good, and features mainly the highlights of Metallica's career, and only one song that I myself found boring. That is a matter of taste of course, but in general you could say that the track list focuses on their classic and legendary songs, so it's likely to appear to the taste of a long time Metallica fan.
If you try to analyze this movie too much it doesn't make any sense. But if you like Metallica's music, just get in the mood and enjoy the show, you won't regret. Plain and simple: it's an extended music video - with some of Metallica's best songs. Check it out!
The spirit of Bruce Lee, and Game of Death redux
This is a very good documentary that deals with Bruce Lee's life, his philosophy, and his movies. The most interesting and longest segment is that which focuses on Game of Death, the film that was supposed to be Bruce's masterpiece, but which became an unfortunate mishmash because the star himself died before the filming was finished. In this documentary we learn that years later some lost archive footage from the filming sessions was found, and the makers of this documentary have carefully re-constructed an extended version of the final battle of Game of Death. It's amazing that this material exists because in the final movie a lot of that was not used, and instead there were all kind of random stuff with other actors. So, if you're a fan of Bruce Lee and you've perhaps already seen all of his official feature films, then you absolutely have to see this one too. Also suitable for casual viewers who perhaps aren't yet so familiar with Bruce Lee but would like to learn. It's a great glimpse of the personality and philosophy of one of the greatest martial artists of our times.
CGI monsters and dull human characters
I kind of like the idea of Godzilla but I have to admit I usually find Godzilla films a bit boring. The plots including human characters don't seem interesting when you want to see giant monsters fighting. But I've usually liked at least the monsters - the oldschool rubber/model creatures.
This movie was very boring to me because the the human characters are uninteresting, and their drama and arguing seems dumb considering giant monsters are on the loose. And the computer-generated monsters themselves just don't seem real to me. It's as if they are not there. It's not the worst ever graphics but still makes me feel deceived. Godzilla is supposed to be cool, but this isn't.
I liked the fact that there are multiple monsters including King Ghidorah, even though they way they were used wasn't very good. The best thing was that the classic Godzilla theme music was used in a couple of scenes.
Not the worst film ever but very empty.
Warlords of the 21st Century (1982)
If you want to see a cool truck
I watched this movie because I wanted to see the battletruck in it, and that's what the movie delivers. The truck is very cool. But that's the main spectacle, and everything else is mediocre at best. There are some cool action scenes but most of the time the plot moves slowly and there is very little plot anyway. I kind of liked the cheap synth music...especially in some calm moments a happy sentimental music is playing, that was kind of funny compared to the overall action mood.
Battletruck falls in the common scenario of 80s' b-movies where the poster and title are more exciting than the actual film. But it's not the worst movie, so if you can't get enough of 80s' low budget actioners, then go ahead and watch it, you'll probably get something out of it.
The Babadook (2014)
Interesting psychological monster movie
This movie is the kind of one that is best when you don't know too much about it beforehand. So I'm not going to explain or interpret the plot too much. But my impression is that it's borderline psychological horror and a monster movie. That works because it creates an unsettling feeling of paranoia where you don't exactly know what's going on.
If you only expect a monster movie it can be a little bit letdown, but if you're interested in psychology I recommend the movie because I felt like there might be different ways to interpret the story. Watch it for yourself and think what it might mean.