Favorite films

  • Moonstruck
  • All About Eve
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Mulholland Drive

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  • Halloween II


  • Halloween


Recent reviews

  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show


    Nothing! Why, do you think I should?

    Rocky Horror is one of those movies that, without fail, each time I come back to it, I think to myself, "This really is one of my absolute favorites of all-time, huh?" Every song, every set piece, every sequin, every fourth wall break, everything; it all comes together as an utterly perfect compliment to so many moods, so many times of year—no matter whether snuggled up at home or at a packed midnight…

  • Marry Me

    Marry Me


    No, I'm banking a moment on a moment. Get enough of those and that's a lifetime.

    Despite (finally) catching this on a grainy Delta seat-back screen (wearing a pair of those truly heinous earbud headphones they give out, to add insult to injury) en route to undergoing major facial surgery in LA, I nevertheless found it to be an absolute delight—one of the very best romcoms backed by a major studio in almost two decades.

    I've said it a zillion…

Popular reviews

  • Little Women

    Little Women


    Life is too short to be angry at one’s sisters.

    Greta Gerwig's Little Women is the dictionary definition of a "treasure"; it is, simply, exquisite in every way. I have regarded Louisa May Alcott's immortal text as my all-time favorite book for almost two decades now, and this faultless adaptation already means so much to me after one single viewing, my brain isn't quite sure what to do with itself.

    It is, at once, a perfectly crafted time machine back to…

  • Never Rarely Sometimes Always

    Never Rarely Sometimes Always


    If it's positive, is there any way it could be negative?

    On any given day, a person can choose to be silent for an untold number of reasons. Often, we're merely existing or listening or processing. Occasionally, we're aiming to hurt or anger someone else; at other times, we're trying to heal inwardly. In many of the worst cases, it's a form of self-defense. Here, Autumn wears hers like armor.

    Hittman's picture is an absolute triumph: laser-focused, urgent, and immensely…