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August Underground’s Mordum (2003)

By losing all of the “in-between” moments of randomness and focusing exclusively on 80+ minutes of relentless, disgusting violence and reprehensible characters, August Underground’s Mordum loses everything that made the original film so effective. The captured moments here feel much more like … Continue reading

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August Underground (2001)

August Underground is a gruelling watch but appropriately so. Presented as a string of found footage clips from a pair of serial killers’ Mini DV collection, it certainly looks and feels the part. First off: the violence, the perspective, the ideology, … Continue reading

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