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Jordy Sirkin

Jordy Sirkin
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
96% Blood on Her Name (2020) Blood on Her Name is a tense thriller that puts a macabre spin on "no good deed goes unpunished".‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
97% Knives Out (2019) Knives Out is a brilliant whodunnit film that is so much fun to unwrap and piece together. With a stellar cast, some killer humor, and a mild political undertone - it's surely set to entertain everyone.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
47% Last Christmas (2019) Yeah it's predictable and a little formulaic, but Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding are such a whimsical duo - delivering on the laughs and the tears.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
56% Tales from the Lodge (2019) Tales from the Lodge has a lot of unique anthology stories within, however the ending is a gross exploitation that simply is inexcusable in this time.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
69% Adopt a Highway (2019) Adopt a Highway is an emotional journey through heartbreak and reinvention, which also shares a harsh reminder of the reality our prison system serves to some.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
80% Little Monsters (2019) The hilarious Australian horror comedy is a bloody good time, delivering something new to the zombie genre, and with Lupita Nyong'o stealing the show.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
71% Teen Spirit (2019) Fueled by a perfect, funky pop soundtrack, Teen Spirit surpasses a notion that it's a simple teen drama. Marking the directorial debut of Max Minghella (The Handmaid's Tale), this film is an energetic escape from reality.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
83% Daniel Isn't Real (2019) This movie is a beautiful and sad look on mental illness and learning to cope. From a more metaphorical sense of its plot, to the beautiful cinematography - it's just a perfect film.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
98% Extra Ordinary (2020) This comedy is a brilliant piece of work, honoring quite a few films that inspired it, but creating a story all its own. Extra Ordinary is such an enjoyable, inventive idea that will have you grinning and giggling the whole way through.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
29% The Curse of La Llorona (2019) The Curse of La Llorona is the sixth film in the hugely popular Conjuring franchise. While the other films have continued to entertain, this newest entry lacks depth and energy, instead just repackaging things we've already seen.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2020
17% Incarnate (2016) While it attempts to change up the exorcist themes, it ultimately falls flat, as it really isn't giving the viewer much by way of entertainment or scares.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2020
79% Boys in the Trees (2016) A whimsical coming-of-age tale, mixed with a bit of the macabre, Boys in the Trees is a cautionary tale of adolescence masked by ghost stories.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2020
81% The Beach House (2020) The Beach House is such a strange, yet wonderful, film the has a toe dipped in so many genres. It's a thriller with body horror elements, that dives into this environmental apocalyptic film - giving the indie an identity all its own.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 7, 2020
74% The Lodge (2020) The Lodge holds firm on its promise of a psychological horror, throwing the audience right into a mind-bending story that will have you as shaken as its characters.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
3/5 73% The Other Lamb (2020) The Other Lamb is an artful piece that carries some disturbing themes, but it doesn't quite feel like it goes there enough with the horror it teases.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
100% Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street (2019) This documentary is an extremely powerful and insightful film, showcasing the cultural relevance of the horror genre. Including how a horror icon became one of the first to represent queerness in the genre‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
92% The Invisible Man (2020) The Invisible Man is a refreshing take on this Universal Classic Monster with a modern twist. It's a terrorizing look into abusive relationships and just how far someone could go to stay in control, becoming the villain hidden in plain sight.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
65% Feedback (2020) Feedback is an intriguing social thriller that teases the social aspects more so than actually delivering upon them. With a lot going for it, it's a possible hit for some, though others might be wishing for a bit more.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
92% Relic (2020) Relic uses a haunted facade to perfectly embody real family tragedy - and it's one that will undoubtedly stick with you.‐ Jordy Reviews It
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020