• Scream


    Raise your hand if you have been personally victimized by Five-cream. 🙋‍♀️

  • Invocation of my Weirdo Neighbor

    Invocation of my Weirdo Neighbor


    My enemy, my neighbor, my other, my death-stiny. Paranoid waves of surveillance Frankenstein brotherhood video.


  • Cube 2: Hypercube

    Cube 2: Hypercube

    "Foodfight" mockumentary of Primer (2004) starring "3D Pipes" screensaver.

  • Appurtenance
  • Miss Americana

    Miss Americana


    I've long lacked an understanding of the cultural phenomenon of Taylor Swift. A general absence of interest in pop music during the mid 2000's, along with her entrance via Country music which was at an all time low. Her music is prevalent and she is one of the most famous people in the world but even recently I couldn't have named a single one of her songs. The entirety of her musical talents, passionately spoken of by her fans, are…

  • Freddy Got Fingered

    Freddy Got Fingered


    If Andy Kaufman made transcendental cinema in the style of Viennese actionism.

  • Black Bear

    Black Bear


    I would have have preferred the two versions of the workshop in a vacuum, without the mumble wink wraparound and credit sequence deescalating the tone.

  • Willy's Wonderland

    Willy's Wonderland

    Script was so bad Nic Cage refused to say lines.

  • Interview with the Vampire

    Interview with the Vampire


    So much more of a gay Marriage Story than a horror movie (awkwardly un-horror choice for Halloween tbh). I was really into this movie and the first few books in high school, I don't begrudge myself for this interest but truthfully this is not a great film, it may not have been a very good book either but I will not re-read it to find out. The film seems to go on and on. I hate when book adaptations try…

  • Conrad Brooks vs the Werewolf

    Conrad Brooks vs the Werewolf


    Very old men pursue a gentle werewolf in broad daylight.

  • Horror



    An impressive regional jigokuesque surrealist nightmare. The endless hellscape eliptics remind me of Eric Stanze, making me wish Tomaselli had dared enter the world of shot on video filmmaking. You can taste all the ingredients, italian horror, Alice Sweet Alice, catholic upbringing and best of all an absence of Hollywood and all of it's streamlining. Tomaselli is accessing horror directly from his interests and environment. He seems to have little interest in whatever the rest of the horror world is doing, which by the way at this time was very little. Tomaselli is a real one.

  • Lamb



    Takes a precariously slow approach at telling a story, almost so sure of itself that the absence of information, details, character development might seem arrogant. But this film is a great test of modern resolve, am I going to collapse under my own cynicism or accept the joy that Lamb has to offer? The slowness gives lots of time to sit with what you think the film is trying to say. Maybe it doesn't say it very loudly but in…