• The Kings of Summer

    The Kings of Summer


    Some jokes that don’t age well, but Biaggio played by Moises Arias is an incredible feat. A VERY boy movie. In good ways and bad ways. So boy coded.

  • I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked

    I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked


    If you have an appreciation for film and an appetite for unique forms of expression watch this. If you have a group of friends who appreciates film, show them and I promise you a palpable silence will fall over the group.

    God, every time its just as good. And yet, I so wish I could see it for the first time again.

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    I’d watch this 15 times before I’d willingly watch The Irishman once. This film earns its runtime the most of any film of it’s length to release in years. If it has any problems they lie in the early parts of the film, in it’s challenging visuals and - though I hate to say it - in DeNiro‘s and DiCaprio’s performances. The whole time i could only see them as themselves. Out of the two only DiCaprio would occasionally fade…

  • Society



    Even knowing that this film is a bit batshit going in, I didn’t expect everyone in the audience’s first joke guess about what was happening to be spot on. In that way, its the best film ever. Then again, the text basically refused to be subtext, but honestly you have to be thankful for that because its the only way any plot is adequately communicated. Dialogue and action is entirely bewildering.

    All in all, so fun

  • 12 oz. Mouse

    12 oz. Mouse


    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE
    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE
    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE
    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE
    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE
    12 OZ MOUSE, 12 OZ MOUSE

  • Xavier: Renegade Angel - Xaviercize!

    Xavier: Renegade Angel - Xaviercize!


    Idk man its what it is, and then sometimes they say things like “life is just death in drag.”

    and thats just lake humor

  • Frankenhooker



    *guy kisses Frankenhooker and explodes*
    Me: I would still hit.

    Unabashedly pro sex worker rights, homophobic protagonist gets a right proper transing, really great practical effects - these things and more makes this one of the best B horrors i’ve had the pleasure of seeing.

  • Possum



    I really love slow cinema, and this is the most slow cinema I’ve seen in a horror in a while. The “creature” design is fantastic and timeless (always always always practical effects) and the performances are gripping.

    The ending feels a little sudden, but not purposefully enough to seem like a stylistic choice.

    Also the platform I watched it on had no subtitles and their accents are so thick, I definitely missed some important details here and there :,)

  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail


    Only one or two gay jokes, and they aren’t even that mean! If you don’t count the entire scene with the theatre kid prince.

    Holds up surprisingly well, but even so its still embarrassing that I quoted this in person to strangers in my youth.

  • Paprika



    omg it is SO giving Inception Perfect Blue Akira Peter Pan Spirited Away J. Jonah Jameson Disneyland Fascism Croods 2!

    Did someone say Paprika?

  • Ip Man

    Ip Man


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    *dislocates your hip*

  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


    Its so good. The animation, again, is indescribably wonderful. Both beautiful and cool, complex and slick. But what strikes me the most is the writing, which just as in the first one is so sharp. Somehow one of the best animated films and comedies in years.

    It’s so cool that you can eat inside of a train car!