Cinematographer, filmmaker, and co-host of The Mystery Society on YouTube.
Some of these reviews are out of their goddamn minds talking about the cinematography being bad. Sorry someone wanted to do something unique and interesting with the camera for once. If you hate the cinematography or thought it was too boring you can lick my soft, smooth, ken-doll-akin pubis.
Mesmerizingly perfect. I hope you had a good halloween. October 31st was always a day when I could really relax and let everything down. The past three years I've either been working 12 hours, travelling, or pressured into attending or hosting a halloween party that gets old within two hours.
This year I smoked a million bowls and watched Halloween. I could not be more thankful.
Eddie Redmayne sucks and Sacha Baron Cohen goes between pretty good and really awful. The movie itself swung between pretty good and boring and had like two really good moments. The writing is really well done. The dialogue and characters can be really stupid or cliche but the structure is solid and those two good moments are good due entirely to the writing.
Wouldn't watch it again and tbh kinda wish I just didn't watch it but I usually like…
I have absolutely no fucking idea what happened. I saw "Horse Girl" as the title of a movie. I chuckled. Then immediately I was swept up in the 70s horror style cinematography and tone. All the way down to a pastel, filmic color palette and plenty of zooms.
If I'm being entirely honest with myself, there are some issues with the movie switching up directions constantly where you can't really pin down a tone. Sometimes it's shot like a horror…