Aidil Rusli

Aidil Rusli


Aidil Rusli loves rock 'n' roll, still believes in the words "indie" and "underground", and after all these years still sings in his band Couple facebook.com/wearecouple. You can get in touch with Aidil by emailing: [email protected]

Recent Opinions

  • 1 week ago

    Some new Netflix horror goodies to kick-start your scary October season

  • 2 weeks ago

    Here's proof that limitations are not a hindrance to creativity

  • 1 month ago

    The wild and outrageous wonders of 'Malignant'

  • 1 month ago

    'Annette' and 'Cinderella': Two new Amazon Prime musicals for two very different cinematic taste buds

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    'Dachra', 'The Last Matinee' and 'Teddy': Three new foreign language horror treats to check out

    SEPTEMBER 4 ― One of the great blessings of the relentless forward march of streaming is the increasing acceptance of foreign language content in the mass market scene, with...

  • 1 month ago

    ‘The Green Knight’, ‘Stillwater’, ‘Demonic’ and ‘Reminiscence’ — a bounty of new movies to stream

    AUG 28 — Just like the cinema release schedules from the pre-Covid era, some weekends feel very dull when it comes to new streaming releases while other weekends feel like you...

  • 2 months ago

    ‘The Suicide Squad’ and ‘Jungle Cruise’ — two summer blockbusters you will absolutely enjoy

    AUGUST 14 — As our daily Covid-19 numbers soared past 20,000 the past two weeks, the movie geek in me can’t help but feel a tinge of jealousy of fellow movie geeks in the US...

  • 2 months ago

    'Gunpowder Milkshake' and 'Jolt' ― female fronted shoot-‘em-ups you need to check out

    AUGUST 7 ― Movie watching (and therefore its appreciation), like everything else in life, is also subject to context. Some movies that seemed great when we were kids can very...

  • 2 months ago

    New July releases on Shudder worth checking out

    JULY 31 ― Now that we’re knee deep in the age of streaming, with the pandemic forcing everyone to stay at home (and work from home), expediting the process in the last two...

  • 2 months ago

    Netflix’s ‘Fear Street’ trilogy — A horror event well worth catching

    JULY 24 — Horror began life as (and probably still is) a less than respectable genre, associated too much with mindless scares, gore and violence that even normally perceptive...

  • 3 months ago

    Take a trip into some rural horror comedies with 'Werewolves Within' and 'Boys From County Hell'

    JULY 17 ― Out of the many comedy subgenres available out there, there are two that I always find irresistible, especially when it comes to taking a chance on new and relatively...

  • 3 months ago

    'Till Death', 'The Vigil' and 'The Night': Three single location genre wonders that will leave you very impressed

    JULY 10 — One of the things that never fails to impress me when it comes to genre films is how resourceful the filmmakers had to be in order to execute their vision, often...

  • 3 months ago

    'Censor' and 'The Power': Two new British horror movies ripe for discovery

    JULY 3 ― While the UK may have a rich history of horror filmmaking, with famous studios like Hammer and Amicus at the forefront in the 1960s and 1970s, and classic films like...

  • 4 months ago

    In praise of ‘A Ghost Waits’

    JUNE 19 — One of the most satisfying things that can result from my never-ending hunt for new horror/genre films is when I encounter something so special that it, despite...

  • 4 months ago

    'Those Who Wish Me Dead' and 'The Woman In The Window': Two critically panned movies that might actually be worth your time

    JUNE 12 ― While I very rarely let film reviews and internet chatter get in the way of my movie viewing, in the sense that I’ll watch whatever I feel like watching regardless...

  • 4 months ago

    ‘Wrath of Man’ and ‘Spiral: From The Book of Saw’: Two major new movies worth checking out

    JUNE 5 — In pre-Covid-19 times, the arrival of June would’ve meant the beginning of the summer movie season, with some studios even choosing to release their big titles in May...

  • 4 months ago

    ‘Army of the Dead’ and ‘Jakob’s Wife’: New genre movies to check out

    MAY 29 — As we approach the middle of 2021, with the end of the pandemic still nowhere in sight and cases continuing to reach all-time highs this past week and the national...

  • 4 months ago

    'Golden Arm' and 'Best Summer Ever': A couple of US indie comedies to brighten your day

    MAY 22 ― Now that we’re more or less back to lockdown life with MCO 3.0, I found myself gravitating more towards feelgood indie comedies in the past week. Maybe it’s because...

  • 5 months ago

    Low budget grindhouse gold with ‘Death Ranch’ and ‘For The Sake Of Vicious’

    MAY 15 — According to Wikipedia, a grindhouse is an American term for a movie theatre that mainly shows low-budget horror, splatter and exploitation films for adults.  Its...