bimbo and kaiju enjoyer
she/her | 🏳️⚧️ | 21
“But running didn’t help anything.
Because it meant that I wasn’t there anymore.
That’s the same as no-one being there.”
Couldn’t bear staying away from this for too long, I just had to see it again. I hate myself a lot less today than I did yesterday, and the many days before. Looking at myself in the mirror is a bit easier; glancing at my body doesn’t inspire a loathing in the way it usually does. There are a number…
Depending on who you ask, living in fear of death is synonymous with existence itself. Whether hoping to avoid damnation, earning an eternity with our own interpretation of a Higher Power, or those without a deity praying that it’s not just an infinite blackness, I like to think that death – or the anticipation of it – motivates our every choice. Even in writing this, I am scared, fearful that my ambivalence towards the concept of God has already doomed…
how lucky I am that my first experience with the 4DX format was spent with a film that translates perfectly to it. the chairs blew air into my ears to simulate bullets whizzing by, they shook like a ps3-era dualshock controller when developers programmed it to vibrate during any and all sequences of slight motion, and whenever carnage slobbered on someone water droplets fell on my face. not even sure how it’ll “hold up” outside that context but who gives a fuck. five stars for venom’s inclusivity speech and the 96-minute theme park ride of a lifetime.
easily one of the sexiest movies i’ve seen. it’s hard to believe the initial anxiety following the casting announcement — craig epitomizes the spirit of bond, sporting a suave so effortless and blue eyes so steely they occasionally appear green. i know next to nothing about poker, but more so than strategic card play, royale understands it as a series of alterations in body language: stares, smirks, a bitten lip, oscillating fingers and the occasional bloody tear. before today, i held…
hilariously appropriate that this ended up premiering simultaneously on peacock, because this is both structured and composed just like something normally reserved for the VOD landfill. they can’t decide whether or not they want to mythologize or psychologize michael, so they turned him into an allegory for 9/11.