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  • Dracula



    I'm sure I'm not the first person to say this, but Bram Stoker's Dracula really does age like a fine vvine. I love it more and more every time I see it.

    There's so much to praise about this film:

    • It's a love letter to the novel, previous cinematic incarnations of Dracula, and the history of cinema in general. It almost feels like everything culminated with this film. The recent Red Letter Media review touches upon it, but there…

  • The Brave Little Toaster

    The Brave Little Toaster


    I had a random desire to rewatch this, and let me tell you, I had a great time in doing so.

    I absolutely have nostalgia for this movie, but I think it holds up pretty well viewing it as an adult. It's darker, weirder, scarier, and more mature than I remembered.

    Certain scenes have always been unforgettable (such as the superb nightmare scene and the junkyard climax with the banger of a song that is "Worthless"), but they play even…

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  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist


    A tour de force of horror, drama, directing, writing, acting, and cinema in general. That's all I need to say.

  • Audition



    Oh, Audition. Takashi Miike's horror masterpiece that I didn't fully appreciate many years ago when I'd use it as an amusing go-to movie recommendation for unsuspecting friends.

    Even on a rewatch, it's still just as creepy, painful, brilliant, and thought-provoking as it always was. This could have been Takashi Miike's only horror film and he'd still have a reputation as an all-time great horror director in the vein of William Friedkin or Stanley Kubrick. It ranks alongside classics like The…