• Company



    Raúl Esparza eating esparusual

    ^ soooo yeah that’s what i want my review to be. i’ve thought about it a lot and i don’t have anything else to say about this staging of Company that i watched on youtube at 2 in the morning. sorry! “Raúl Esparza eating esparusual” is all you get. you could read it as an Eating Raoul joke if you want! it’s not, but you could read it that way! anything to make you feel better about this. 

    Raúl Esparza eating esparusual

  • Hollywood Stargirl

    Hollywood Stargirl


    “Some people said HOLLYWOOD STARGIRL was an unrealistic take on making movies but really it was a love letter to what it's like for me making movies at Disney.“ — tweet from the director that tells you all you need to know … 

    happy to see uma thurman employed though! ❤️

  • The Black Phone

    The Black Phone


    fran already said this but ethan hawke’s “everything’s all fucked up and i have to be upstairs for awhile” is THE funniest line delivery in recent memory. it’s 8:30am and i’m just standing at the kitchen sink laughing out loud to myself about it

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    hi everyone fuming at roe v. wade being overturned (hopefully all of you)! tomorrow at 5pm PST, Lucy and i are introducing a virtual screening + watch-a-long of Portrait as part of a fundraiser with NEONKinema, and our dear friend Letterboxd. tickets are only $5, and NEON is donating all proceeds to local abortion funds via the National Network of Abortion Funds

    if you’re able to, please join — tickets available here! you can even buy a ticket as a donation and…

  • Return to Reason

    Return to Reason

    what upppp letterboxd i’m at MoMA learning about Man Ray. for instance, did you know he was an experimental filmmaker in addition to infamous SpongeBob supervillain?

  • Mad God

    Mad God


    Phil Tippett!!!!! Phil Tippett. Phil Tippett worked on Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Starship Troopers, RoboCop, and the Twilight Saga. this guy designed Jabba the Hutt AND supervised the CGI vampire birth scene from Breaking Dawn: Part 1 (two equally important cinematic events), and in between those ~30 years he was working on this passion project: an experimental stop-motion dystopian nightmare yuck-fest with no dialogue about the abject horrors of war, the body, and Eraserhead baby-esque creatures. to me, that’s one of the top 3 coolest things ever. Phil actually Tipped it that absolute Mad God hahahahahahaha!

  • Dead Ringers

    Dead Ringers


    “In October 1982, David Cronenberg was reading the daily paper when he stumbled across a Far Side cartoon called 'Cow Tools'. He was so perplexed and inspired by the enigmatic panel, that he decided to make a live-action feature exploring the psyche of a cow driven mad by a need to recreate the aforementioned tools. Realizing the difficulties of working with an actual cow, Cronenberg shifted the story to focus on a pair of twins (Jeremy Irons) who dress in…

  • eXistenZ



    fulfilled my dream of hearing jude law say “i have this phobia about having my body penetrated” in a theater filled with like-minded Cronenbabes 🥲 s̶u̶r̶g̶e̶r̶y̶ virtual gaming is the new sex 🦷

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    as a Certified Cronenbabe, it’s gratifying to see the definitive king of body horror return to his old-school roots. reminded me of an amalgamation of eXistenZ, Dead Ringers, and his novel Consumed, which are my favorite works of his, so i was an automatic sucker for this. fantastic speculative world-building exercise, and even if the plethora of themes/ideas didn't fully coalesce in the end, its imagery and effects were so grotesquely unique that i have to admire it.

    this one…

  • Men



    Alex Garland is in his mother! era. make of that what you will.

  • Pinocchio: A True Story

    Pinocchio: A True Story

    gay-coded pinocchio gets shot with a gun by a talking cat. it's no ratatoing but at least it's a true story

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    hypnotically rhythmic, like the slap of an oar against the salty sea or the cavernous echo of a bear’s death-knell roar. Robert Eggers takes a tale older than Hamlet and forges it in hot blood and magma, then soaks it in cold sweat and mud — i thought The Lighthouse was filthy (in more ways than one 😏) but he really dials up the dirt! my friend Grace tweeted it made her want to smash a rock open with her…