re_grets has written 8 reviews for films during 2021.

  • What Lies Below

    What Lies Below


    The weirdest stepdad porn video I’ve ever seen

  • Trolls World Tour

    Trolls World Tour


    My favorite part was when the world went bleak at the end and the trolls were forced to make industrial music

  • Held



    Tonight I saw an awful movie. A really bad movie. I went to see this movie because it looked terrible and I’d had an awful day mentally and needed to watch something bad to feel better about myself. This didn’t disappoint. There wasn’t a single thing that transpired that wasn’t totally predictable. In fairness, the concept itself was KINDA original and there was a small span of time when certain things are revealed about Emma (was that her name?) where…

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal


    I will never listen to loud music again

  • The Painted Bird

    The Painted Bird


    Gruesome and provocative as much as it is an epic tale of resilience, the film based on the novel of the same name is a faithful adaptation that lives up to all of the bleakness of its original work.

  • Monsters, Inc.

    Monsters, Inc.


    It is not just the best film from the best American animation company to ever exist. It is not just one of the best family films of all time. Monsters Inc deserves recognition as one of the most innovative, original, and heartfelt works to come out of the 2000s. It is not only a great one, it’s one of the very best ever made.

  • YellowBrickRoad


    The movie fails on pretty much every level. It’s strange that they decided to make this a typical, live action horror film instead of found footage. It’s obvious by the poor camera quality, lack of any real acting talent (besides some of the women, who truly do carry whatever’s left of this movie on their backs), and scenery that looks more like a big backyard than a forest someone might get lost in, that the filmmakers had a limited budget…

  • Climax



    A quick story: I remember, years ago, seeing the film Mother in theaters with a friend of mine. Like Climax, that movie starts off unassumingly and swells to a fever pitch as the story progresses. Every new horror catches you off guard and attempts to toy with and then annihilate your senses. However, it couldn’t save itself from a contrived and muddy ending.
    This is where the films are nothing alike.
    Every second of screen time realizes it’s full…