Audrey πŸŒ‘

gold star bisexual.

gmail: realmaryshelley

Favorite films

  • The Hitcher
  • The Brain That Wouldn't Die
  • Ghostkeeper
  • Splatter University

Recent activity

  • Evil Dead Trap


  • The Twilight People


  • Vampyros Lesbos


  • The Thing


Recent reviews

  • The Thing

    The Thing


    over a sweeping white panorama you can’t believe it’s not john carpenter a spellbinding ten seconds of β€œam I watching the wrong movie?” before the illusion is shattered a snow cat hurdles into ice and we realize oh wait this is national treasure or tomb raider and yet the suggestion of john carpenter persists through the paranoia procedural to follow. your patience for this will hinge severely upon how good β€œjohn carpenter la croix” sounds to you. an alienating effect…

  • The Twilight People

    The Twilight People


    transhumanism is not something we will ever get from the fake ripoff james bond villain in the high villa transhumanism is what we get when we can exist with bodily autonomy when we can choose hrt and we are only liberated when this is available to everyone. when we need food medicine affirmation we strive for these things but why in our pursuit for self-actualization do we draw a line at hormones unless we’re seen as the right kind of…

Popular reviews

  • Dave Chappelle: The Closer

    Dave Chappelle: The Closer

    if your stance on my existence is "I don't see you as a real woman but let your freak flag fly!" then please, for the love of god, save it. just fucking hatecrime me and spare me your condescension. call me a slur. idgaf.

    yeah, I know. this is another dave chappelle review.

    the internet grants us all the privilege of more or less being taken at face value. I can use whatever username I want and refer to myself…

  • The Love Witch

    The Love Witch


    Yeah, okay, Anna Biller.

    I'll stand by the opinion that this is mostly interesting because of its ability to elude easy classification. Everything in this film seems to point toward something subversive going on, but if you read Biller's own commentary, it becomes apparent this is exactly what it seems at first glance: an earnest throwback to sixties cinema that is so exacting it even replicates the era's problems with gender essentialism. Biller doesn't subvert any of this because she…