I feel like I just watched a shitty version of Drag Me to Hell
The particularly queer perspective of online isolation, loneliness and anxiety that is captured here is honestly incredible. The level of specificity of experience that is achieved, with the simultaneous lack of narrative clarity is so effective. I want to journal about this film.
Alex G score was the fucking best. Let Alex G score more movies.
To all my former anonymous internet friends who have long since disappeared, I hope you're doing ok. I think about you sometimes.