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  • Scream
  • Hereditary
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

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Pinned reviews

  • Violent



    after finishing this film, I questioned myself a lot. did I surround myself with the love that I deserve? will I be able to look back fondly on the life I made for myself, or the impact I've had on the lives of those I love? and ultimately.. I don't know. I'd like to think I have a lot of time left to answer those questions, but I don't know that for sure either. as they say in the film;…

  • Tokyo Sonata

    Tokyo Sonata


    As many know, I love horror. It's by far my favourite genre. Personally, I think the best horror films are the ones that really get at what it means to be human. The films that aren't afraid to get into humanity's deepest flaws, its greatest fears, or its biggest struggles. Films that understand the horrors of every day life.

    This just so happens to be Kiyoshi Kurosawa's biggest strength as a filmmaker. Though I've only seen 3 of his films…

Recent reviews

  • Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

    Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom


    I honestly could not give you a good reason why I continue to pay money to see these movies

  • Anatomy of a Fall

    Anatomy of a Fall


    probably the most I've ever been invested in a courtroom drama, and I actually really like courtroom dramas so that's not light praise by any means! this was brilliant. the acting, writing, and camera work among other things were terrific, they were seriously firing on all cylinders. this is undoubtedly one of the best films of the year for me, and if I were to think about it, it's probably the best courtroom drama I've ever seen

Popular reviews

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    conceptually, this is one of my favourite movies all year. I'm hesitant to rate it 5 stars, so I won't til I see it again, but I love just about everything presented here and I'm not saying much about it, but the direction this took thematically was pretty incredible and this was overall just a really well made movies from a director that I never cared all that much for before

  • Barbarian



    If you told me the guy from Whitest Kids U Know directed a horror movie and it was actually really good, I'd have thought you were crazy. Then again, most people said the same thing about "the guy from Key and Peele," and look how that turned out. Anyways, really fun, unique horror movie with some really good camera work and good performances from everyone involved. I only knew that Bill Skarsgard is in it, that it's about an airbnb,…