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  • The Last Exorcism

    The Last Exorcism


    A few decent scares scattered throughout I guess, and some creepy imagery sometimes, but the ending of this film is so awful that it essentially ruined everything it had going for it previously. It’s so out of nowhere. This film is very grounded for the most part, and doesn’t get too insane or anything, but the ending of this movie is just so out of place in this. I sort of was liking how the movie seemed to end, until…

  • Midsommar



    The final scene of this film is one of my favorite scenes in any movie from last year. Ever since I watched this the first time it’s been burned into my mind. I think this movie is incredible. The musical score is awesome, the cinematography is orgasmic at times, the performances, especially from Florence Pugh are awesome. This is also a very well directed film. I can understand if there are others who didn’t feel the same way about this…

  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street


    I first watched this a few years ago, and I really loved it when I first saw it, but watching this again now, I find this to be a masterfully done film, that features what is probably my favorite Johnny Depp performance. The only negative I can think of for this film, and in the end I think it’s just a knit pick, is that some of the visual effects that are used in the opening title sequence and a…

  • Rosemary's Baby

    Rosemary's Baby


    The first half hour or so of this movie wasn’t really doing it for me, but eventually it sort of picks up and becomes this absolutely incredible psychological horror film that results in one of the best endings to a horror film I’ve seen. I’ve always loved the idea behind the story in this movie, and I’m surprised that I haven’t watched it until now. I wouldn’t say this movie is outright scary or anything, but there were several scenes…

  • The Wicker Man

    The Wicker Man


    Not as good as the Nicolas Cage masterpiece of the same name, but this was still pretty great I guess.

  • Candyman



    This was pretty decent. It was sort of boring at points, and pretty interesting in others. Sometimes it felt like it was going nowhere, but all in all this was pretty enjoyable. I’d recommend it I guess if you haven’t seen it and were interested.

  • Cats



    Was this as bad as I expected? No. I’d even go as far as to say that some of this movie is actually good. It sort of comes in spurts. Some of the musical numbers are really good. The soundtrack in and of itself is already good anyway, so I sort of expected that from this movie. Most scenes that did not involve James Corden I actually did enjoy, and while the effects work done here is clearly not the…

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    David Lynch’s Mind of Insanity

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion


    This show is a masterpiece in my opinion. The way this show deals with the concepts of depression and isolation is sort of masterful.  While the last few episodes or so are very bizarre and don’t do the greatest job of conveying what exactly is going on, I feel like the way that the one movie ends it is much better, and in comparison makes up for the last few episodes of the show. There isn’t a single character in…

  • My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

    My Hero Academia: Two Heroes


    I’ve been watching through this show for the first time recently, and I’ve been really loving it. It’s so much fun. I am currently in season three and decided to check this movie out now since I read that it takes place in between seasons two and three. I gotta say that I loved this. This is basically an extended, really great episode of the show. The final battle is just sort of really awesome. It did take a minute…

  • Cowboy Bebop

    Cowboy Bebop


    You’re gonna carry that weight.

  • Back to the Future

    Back to the Future


    I love this movie so damn much. I wish Letterboxd would let me rate things higher than five stars, because I’d give this like 10 stars. This is without a doubt one of my favorite movies ever. I heard there were talks about remaking this with Tom Holland or something, and to that I say no. Why do we need a new version when this one is already so perfect? I guess the answer to that is money, but either…