Boggy Creek

Slashers and screwball comedies are the comfiest.
27 years old
Soon to be Dad
Totally not freaking out
He / him


Favorite films

  • Licorice Pizza
  • The Fabelmans
  • Paper Moon
  • Eyes Wide Shut

Recent activity

  • The Whale


  • The Wizard of Oz


  • Scream for Help


  • A Gnome Named Gnorm


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Recent reviews

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    From what was being said on twitter about this movie, I thought I would hate it. But surprisingly, I thought The Whale was a totally fine melodrama. Nothing more. This thing has a truly awful ending, and the ugliness it portrays with Brendan Fraser’s appearance is discerning, but there’s a lot of heart in his performance.

  • Scream for Help

    Scream for Help


    A Nancy Drew mystery turned home invasion thriller by its third act. So much fun. Insane amount of gorgeous camp going on here, solely from Winner’s absurd direction. Tom Holland’s script absolutely rocks.

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