• Dracula



    more like HELLA lugosi, amirite???

  • I Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Know What You Did Last Summer


    alright this might be an annual fourth of july watch now

  • Ella Enchanted

    Ella Enchanted


    at least cary elwes seemed to be having fun!!

  • Tron



    Watched in 70mm at Plaza Theatre. At least, I think I did. I feel like I just had a long out of body experience.

    This movie still rules. I know the CG is still the biggest focal point but seeing it in a theater let me really appreciate how gorgeous the matte paintings Moebius, Syd Mead, and their team painted. Just an absolutely gorgeous movie that also happens to make zero sense, but also who cares

  • Shaft



    yeah, Shaft is pretty cool, but he's no Dangeresque

  • WNUF Halloween Special

    WNUF Halloween Special


    "Yeah, I was wondering if you could contact my dead grandmother and call her a bitch?"

  • Magnificent Warriors

    Magnificent Warriors


    If Michelle Yeoh in a cute bomber jacket and a biplane fighting off entire armies using her kicks and a bull whip doesn't sound like a good time to you, we are no longer friends

  • The Black Phone

    The Black Phone


    tied with Scream as my favorite horror of the year. scary and tense, but never without an underlying sense of hope, which feels so rare for movies like this. also, PLEASE more positive depictions of siblings in horror media. finney and gwen are dweebs and they remind me so much of my sister and i

  • UHF



    So wild how well this still holds up. Weird Al is in my top 5 all time funniest screaming voices

  • Pontypool



    This takes place exclusively in one building, breaks the "show don't tell" rule multiple times, and the way the zombie virus spreads is confusing and makes no sense. So how the hell did this still scare the crap out of me??

  • Final Destination

    Final Destination


    this is like if they made a movie where all the characters are the people in the black and white clips in infomercials who can't operate a toaster while the narrator goes "DOES THIS EVER HAPPEN TO YOU?". 4.5 stars

  • Elvis



    Kinda all over the place tonally but when it's good it's REALLY good. At it's best it's transcendental, but at it's worst it feels like Walk Hard without the satire. Luhrmann's definitely one of those directors where you either love his style or can't stand it, but the excessiveness definitely works for this story. But I have nothing but praise for Butler though! He disappears into the role and got possessed by the spirit of Elvis himself apparently! Sincerely hoping he gets awards recognition for this.

    Anyway, fuck Col. Tom Parker!