Hi, I'm Sergio Alatorre!
20 | Film Student | Mexican 🇲🇽
Cinema makes me feel alive and that's why I love it
Since 2020, when my first movie of the year happened to be The Lighthouse and thanks (not really) to the accuracy between Eggers' monochromatic nightmare and everything that came after, I learned from my mistake and founded a new tradition, only for myself: since then, the first movie of the year would have to be an event, something of a religious act of faith wich consisted in picking a movie to represent your expectations for the year to come and…
No better way of closing a movie year than hearing Ennio Morricone putting his whole heart into the best rendition there will ever be of AMAPOLA...
This is the embodiment of perfection made cinema.
A complex and conflictive masterpiece like very few others I've had the honor to see. All the emotions of the human condition are here, demystified, blurred by the opium of memory and what could have been.
And i'm glad i'm ending my 2022 at…
This is just like when those little ghosts helped Coraline escape from the other mother, but with Ethan Hawke wearing a creepy mask... and it's fucking awesome!
Scott Derrickson mentions The Devil's Backbone as one of his biggest references making The Black Phone and you can see why. Putting the vengefull - yet pure - paranormal aspect of the (very creative) phone calls as the only hope against the real horror happening in The Grabber's basement is a necessary twist,…