avi: Aerial Love Feed (S/T)
my music reviews:
This whole movie’s dumb fun and near the end of that original golden TPB run. It has the last we see of Trevor and Corey (wait scratch that, I haven’t watched past season 7) and for some reason switches the actor of Trinity for another little girl. Contract issues? Not sure.
Either way, was fun watching this with my friend who is also a big Trailer Park Boys fan. It’s a brainless movie that does what it’s supposed to like…
This movie is apparently dogshit and I’m probably not gonna even bother with it, but this rating is for the Marble Hornets series. Please watch the Marble Hornets series on youtube which still holds up ten tears later and is great for your psychological horror/mystery narrative fix.
I wish I could review shows on Letterboxd because there’s so much to discuss about it.
Love how sleek and simple this was.
A loner hired hitman has to evade police after a contract killing doesn’t go as smoothly as planned. Police quickly suspect him after several conflicting reports from witnesses. From there we see a web of intrigue and cat and mouse chases. It follows enough of a straightforward narrative so it’s fairly accessible despite all the choices for sparseness and long periods of silence. The film is cold and majorly deadpan, so what you’ll need…
Legitimately the first Adam Sandler role I ever enjoyed. Howard Ratner, a greedy jewelry store owner, spirals deeper into madness as he continues making promises he can’t keep and stumbles further into gambling addiction via sports and other means. The fast paced, and often chaotic dialogue matches Adam’s sheister salesman character. He’s always trying to finesse the next person out of their cash.
This winds up with there being over 5 concurrent deals at a time in the movie, and…