Ariane Bélisle

2️⃣6️⃣  |  🇨🇦
Big Movie Enthusiast
I Love the Unexpected in Films
Favorite genres: #horror, Psychological Thriller, Mystery. 👻🎃

Favorite films

  • Titanic
  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Saw
  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Recent activity

  • Triangle of Sadness


  • No Country for Old Men


  • Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio


  • Insidious: Chapter 2


Recent reviews

  • Triangle of Sadness

    Triangle of Sadness


    Road to the Oscars 2023

    “I’m a shit sho-… I’m a shit sho-… I’m a shit socialist.” A drunk-acting Woody Harrelson is the best Woody Harrelson.

    Trending topics of 2022 in cinema: donkeys and satires about rich people.
    Sans Filtre (literally “without filter”), the French title for Triangle of Sadness, is less cryptic, straightforward, more fitting for this film in my opinion.
    I wasn’t sure at the beginning what to expect, but as soon as they got on that yacht……

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    Original review here.

    I believe Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) to be the best on-screen psychopath ever. This character gives me the heebie-jeebies big time. I love that this film is almost scoreless, which adds unbearable tension. Roger Deakins, one of my favorite cinematographer, did a wonderful job.
    No Country for Old Men is in my top 20, if not 10 best movies of all time.

Popular reviews

  • X



    X has strong Texas Chainsaw Massacre vibes, but it was sexier and more “mature”… if you know, you know. A weird combo, yet winner for the horror genre I guess! Certainly a very disturbing movie.
    I believe the gore was just enough, so the narrative and the suspense could also shine.
    The only downside, in my opinion, is that Jenna Ortega was underused… she will become the next big scream queen for sure. I’m already intrigued by Ti West’s upcoming prequel: Pearl.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    What does a bat, a cat, a rat, a penguin and a falcon have in common? You shall have your answers in Matt Reeve’s rendition of The Batman.
    The casting is stellar. Robert Pattinson was a surprising choice, but he turned out to be perfect for the role. Zoë Kravitz is absolutely divine, Paul Dano is devilishly mad and Colin Farrell is unrecognizable; the prosthetic is that good.
    It’s almost three hours of solid content with an out of this world cinematography, thanks to Greig Fraser.
    Honestly, I couldn’t have imagined something better and I already can’t wait to rewatch it.