Favorite films

  • Mommy
  • Moonlight
  • American Honey
  • Suspiria

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  • Let the Right One In


  • House at the End of the Street


  • The Curse of La Llorona


  • Final Destination 5


Pinned reviews

  • Waves



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    Waves is definitely a movie of two halves. The first half boasts an absolutely killer soundtrack, super cool blue and red neon lights and an amazing lead performance from Kelvin Harrison Jr. To be honest, every performance throughout the entire movie is perfection, but he definitely steals the show in this half. Everything from the soundtrack to the camerawork and storyline is completely chaotic and attacks the senses, but I was all over this and…

  • Parasite



    This may be my most anticipated movie of all time, and that is always a scary feeling. It is one of the most hyped movies basically ever, and my expectations were so high, but Parasite somehow managed to exceed them. 

    First, can we just talk about those performances. I’ve obviously never seen any of these actors in a movie before, and I thought each and every actor was fantastic and captured their character perfectly. The movie looked stunning, particularly the…

Recent reviews

  • Let the Right One In

    Let the Right One In


    I'm ashamed to not have liked this as much as everybody else, but I've now seen both this one and the 2010 remake and didn't fully vibe with either, though I did prefer the original. The cast are phenomenal, and the two young leads truly carried this movie and were absolutely captivating. The setting was also both unique and immersive, unlike any other setting that I've seen before. It also depicts romance pretty well, and shows how pure yet naive…

  • House at the End of the Street

    House at the End of the Street


    Okay so I didn’t like this one as much as I did when I was a kid, but I do like the twist and find it a competent little horror that thrills rather than scares.

Popular reviews

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    This was even more amazing the second time around, which is why I’ve put it up to a 5. 

    Obviously, the best thing about this movie is the relationship between the two characters, and both Chalamet and Hammer do an impeccable job. The way they look at each other and hold each other is just so raw & real.

    The cinematography is wonderful throughout, though quite subtle, it’s an aesthetically beautiful piece of film. The dull colouring of the movie is…

  • Psycho



    Yes this is a first time watch, and I feel awful about it, but it’s better late than never. Psycho was a really really fantastic watch. 

    The first thing that caught my attention that I really enjoyed was the script. I especially loved some of the lines Norman Bates spoke, and I though both the script and story were really well written. This had some great cinematography, I really enjoyed so many of the shots, particularly during the scene in…