Low budget doesn’t mean low effort
“I feel like I’m in Whisper of the Heart!”
There’s a large group of people on Letterboxd that hate Makoto Shinkai’s films and I’m so glad I’m not one of them.
I don’t care if it’s cheesy, or if it’s saccharine, or if he loves using similar tropes in his films, because I adore every single second of these films.
They fill me with such overwhelming joy and elation. Any time I watch Your Name or Weathering with…
“Godzilla is crying”
This is it. The end of the road for the Heisei era. One of the films I was most looking forward to revisiting. The one where they kill Godzilla.
That’s no spoiler, the tagline for this is literally “Godzilla Dies!”. The film gained international attention due to that fact. After the film came out Toho would be swarmed with letters begging for Godzilla to resurrected. For a film that was so heavily…
“You were cruel and mean right from the start, more you can truly say you have no… heart.”
Now that’s how you do a fucking anthology horror film!
This is just damn good fun. The film is filled with Iconic adaptations of classic horror stories taken from the Tales From the Crypt comic and its sister comics Vault of Horror and Haunt of Fear. Every segment is a gem with only the first…
“Rest in Pieces”
Imagine going through all of college to get your doctorate only to have play a game of Where’s Waldo to land a job.
My first Amicus film! Look at me widening my horizons. My dad would be proud.
I’m a sucker for anthology films so this was an easy watch. The biggest trap anthology films fall into is having a weak wraparound story to tie it all together. Not here.…
This is why I participate in Hooptober, it forces me to watch films I have no interest in but end up quite enjoying.
See, I don’t like Mario Bava films. I know, I know, clutch your pearls and try to avoid fainting. I’ve already gone through that ordeal once when I reviewed Black Sabbath. I simply do not jive with the man’s style and haven’t particularly enjoyed any of his films outside of…