• Trainwreck: Woodstock '99

    Trainwreck: Woodstock '99

    As always with these modern streaming documentaries all the people in power who think they are not to blame are almost entirely to blame and the ‘impartial’ nature of these modern documentaries do nothing but protect the horrible people who led to the death,sexual assault and pain that went on at the event.

  • The Line, the Cross & the Curve

    The Line, the Cross & the Curve


    Kate ☺️
    It’s really happing to ya
    I will slaughter every person who found out about Kate through Stranger Things to get this in 4k
    Also I don’t know how but this is part of Twin Peaks canon. Like this has so much in common with fire walk with me and the first quarter of The Return it’s insane. If David Bowie can be apart of Twin Peaks so can Kate Bush. She’s powerful enough to escape the Black Lodge

  • Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2

    Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2

    Barbie 24: Enemies to lovers lesbian mermaids.

    I don’t like mermaids

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    “When this kind of fire starts, it is very hard to put out. The tender boughs of innocence burn first, and the wind rises, and then all goodness is in jeopardy.”
    Sometimes death Is preferable than to continue living

    Twin Peaks the Return spoilers ahead 

    Seeing Cooper comfort Laura after watching The Return turns a beautifully cathartic ending in to a moment that is now so violently bitter sweet. It’s the one part of Laura’s narrative where she finally has…

  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return


    "And now, an ending. Where there was once one, there are now two”
    I could write a lot here on how this show talks about the danger of nostalgia and looking back and how things will never be the same. And how it’s also just pure television brilliance (apart from the Audrey scenes)
    But instead let me use only two words to sum up how much I enjoyed this. Two words that encapsulates everything I love about this. Two perfect words 

    Dougie Jones. 

    “It has been a pleasure speaking to you."
    “Goodnight, Margret” ❤️

  • The Ring

    The Ring

    Absolutely hate the way Sadako/Samara looks she does not slay. 

    Also yooooo didn’t know part of the Americanisation of a product was introducing a whole subplot about horses that’s boring as hell and hurts the pacing

    Really really personally didn’t like this due to one huge change that ruins one my favourite moments in horror cinema

  • The Grudge

    The Grudge


    Grace Zabriskie really be one the go to crazy bitches. Love that for her she’s an icon. 

    I don’t really think this film is that much of a remake it’s more like the greatest hits of the first two of the first grudge films but all the protagonists are for some reason Americans living in Japan and the film has to have more of a central narrative while the shorts about past victims feel out of place. 
    It’s kinda funny…

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    Colin trevorrow gotta be In the top ten talentless people on earth. 

    Man has not made or had any part in anything good. It’s impressive. Definition of falling upwards. Boring men cannot fail

  • Jurassic Park III

    Jurassic Park III


    I didn’t rewatch this in the traditional sense i more just closed my eyes and played the film start to finish in my mind since I know it so well. Definitely a cool way to watch movie.

  • Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces


    We live inside a dream
    A series of disjointed disconnected moments in no way coherently strung together. Yeah this is Twin Peaks. 
    Is this even a movie?! Probably not. But I’m just happy to spend more time with the quirky town of Twin Peaks and always delighted to see more of the occult side. Especially in this weird prequel/sequel collection of moments. 
    I also watched this halfway through the return because I thought it would slot well watching it just…

  • Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park


    The best movie. Literally flawless cinema. Spielberg’s masterpiece and the film that made me fall in love with film. 
    I hate that my opinion hasn’t changed since I was like 12 but this truly is the perfect movie.

  • Barbie: A Perfect Christmas

    Barbie: A Perfect Christmas

    Barbie 23: literally cannot stand watching a Christmas film in July. I could fucking smell the cinnamon from here. But hey the animation has come so far. That’s not saying much but still 

    This film is 11 years old.
    That is half as old as me
    This film features blogging/YouTube as a character main character trait. Being a YouTuber has been mainstream longer than half my life.
    I don’t know why this is my review for Barbie a perfect Christmas.…