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  • The Descendants
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • Paris, Texas
  • Y Tu Mamá También

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Recent reviews

  • Y Tu Mamá También

    Y Tu Mamá También


    Had I seen this film when I was 10, I can only imagine my response would have been putrid. I say this 20 years later, knowing full well who I was and who I’ve come to be. I was more or less, just as uncomfortable as these two young men in my curiosity of the same sex. 

    Luckily, I did view this film in my 30’s, and can objectively respect sex in film regardless of gender. Life is short and the same can be said of love. This love affair is primal, it’s childish, it’s impassioned, and it’s beautiful.

  • Spencer



    Don’t kill the messenger, but this is a horror film. The pulsating score, the dramatic pans, close-ups, blood-curdling screams, and blood dripping from appendages. All of this while a ghost drifts about the manor, through the fields, and into their children’s bedroom. This ghost of course, is Diana. A ghost of her former self. Lost in the madness of minutia that Her Majesty demands of them all. To live in past and present. Just as a phantom spirit does. The…

Popular reviews

  • Hereditary



    After viewing, I’ve added the below list as things I will fear in the near future:
    Dark rooms
    Weird handwriting
    Mouth clicks
    Brownies with nuts
    Car rides
    Awkward dinner conversations
    Red lights
    Tree houses 
    Conversational strangers
    My own Grandmother

    I prepared for this screening, knowing full well one of my best friends would need me to stay the night with her afterward. Her fear and anxiety turned out fine, mine however... I felt shaken and uneasy for 2 plus hours…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    If there isn’t a best actor duel on stage between Dafoe and Pattinson, I’ll eat my fucking shoe. 
    A fucking joy ride, mates. I ate every second of this up. My boyfriend hated it, but so it is. 

    A tale of a crusty old prune and a young buck finding his legging as a wickie. What starts as cautionary folklore, transcends to extreme madness at sea. The cinematography dripping in piss and shit; the score booming at every waves’ crash. The best of lines referring to the defecation of rare meat. What isn’t to love? WHAT.