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  • Eraserhead
  • Climax
  • Cure
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

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Pinned reviews

  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn

    Goodbye, Dragon Inn


    “No one comes to the movies anymore. And no one remembers us anymore.”

    Goodbye, Dragon Inn is a film that… to put it simply, reminds me why I love film, and just how powerful cinema is. I can’t say I had the highest expectations for this, but uh… wow. I’m in love. This is flawless filmmaking.

    I use the word ‘mesmerizing’ a lot with movies, but if I had to pick only one film that truly mesmerized me from it’s first…

  • News from Home

    News from Home


    I have to say, I was a little worried I wouldn’t have an emotional connection with this before watching. I have lived the majority of my life without a mother. I don’t, and never will know what it’s like to have a caring, loving mother by my side. However, while watching this film, my worries quickly faded away as I began to understand what this was all about, and what Akerman was trying to say. She brilliantly captures this feeling…

Recent reviews

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    It’s a Korean action horror film with zombies. Of course it rules.

    Very very predictable character decisions and the development of said characters were pretty basic but my god did this film make up for it in every other aspect. Really strong direction, plenty of suspense and some genuinely well done action sequences. Plus, the ending was super well done. The final scene was a nice surprise.

    Such a wild ride.

  • The Interview

    The Interview


    This was my 1400th watched film on here.

    Take that information as you will but I’m just happy that I got to see two films in a row where they both feature cool ass dogs so I can use my cool ass dog tag.😎

Popular reviews

  • The Thing

    The Thing


    “Why don’t we just… wait here for a little while? See what happens.”

    In Carpenter’s 1982 classic, the only thing scarier than the vicious, shape shifting, extraterrestrial creature is the feeling of dread and absolute hopelessness in the end. 

    A brilliant study of paranoia and the human psyche. This film gets more and more terrifying the more you think about it. Carpenter takes a simple “What if?” kind of situation and creates something equally as fascinating as it is horrific.


  • Scream



    A horror movie that even people who aren’t fans of the genre will love. 

    Clever, self aware, hilariously meta, absolutely genius stuff. Yeah, I’m pretty damn late to the party on this one but that seems to be the case with me for a lot of horror classics. Slashers really aren’t my thing if I’m being honest but this was clearly much more than that. It’s fresh, original, timeless and doesn’t take itself too seriously while at the same time…