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Ratings & Reviews

  1. traag-1's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Best use of grainy DV to enrich the horror genre since Inland Empire. Truly a Lynchian design.

  2. Dries's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Completamente fuori di testa, assurdo, psichedelico e visionario. Girato con 4 spiccioli con una regia epilettica e videoclippara urterà la pazienza di molti soprattutto sul piano sonoro, un vero e proprio delirio di suoni distorti da far sanguinare i timpani. Difficilissimo da valutare ma è tappa obbligata per i weridseeker.

  3. bencor's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Babe Rainbow- Shaved__

  4. Paolo Simeone's rating of the film The Oregonian

    If it's weird at the beginning, it succeeds to be even more weird at the end. It probably lacked of the proper budget to make it better especially in the interior shootings, where the photography gets really disappointing. Anyway a surprising indie.

  5. JapeMan's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Sounds great! Love that Lindsay especially when she plays someone from Oregon! The dream of the 90s is alive in Portland!

  6. Whyte Nite's rating of the film The Oregonian

    The greatest parody/tribute/ripoff/homage to Matthew Barney and David Lynch ever made. Or at least until Calvin Lee Reeder's next film.

  7. hastapura's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Really, really scared me for a good forty-five minutes. The ending strays from the deeply unnerving into the undeniably silly (SO MUCH MANIACAL LAUGHTER) before landing on a Lost Highway rip, but when lifting from Eraserhead and Twin Peaks it's dead-on scary. Sound design is great, the grainy look totally works, and it made me nervous to pee afterwards. Can't wait to see what Reeder does next.

  8. Michael Harbour's rating of the film The Oregonian

    Well shot, well edited, well acted, great sound design, very cool and stylish end credits. Way too much weird just to be weird and obtuse just to be obtuse and drooling of various substances out of mouths. There are people who will like this a lot more than me (and I didn't hate it, just found it to be, ultimately, disappointing).

  9. micah van hove's rating of the film The Oregonian

    A hell of a lot of fun with an oddly powerful ending for those who allow themselves to dive into Calvin Reeder’s world. An acid trip; a dream; a bizarre nightmare of image & sound, ultimately — for me — a step toward accepting death.