• Hard Boiled

    Hard Boiled


    maybe the greatest movie ever made? every second of this thing just oozes cool. seeing it on 35mm in a packed theater was an unforgettable experience, could watch Chow Yun-Fat and Tony Leung dive sideways and blast criminals into walls and through windows for hours on end. face hurts from grinning for basically two hours straight. perfection

  • Men



    the Diary of a Wimpy Kid “Do you have anything you want to say to women?”, “I’m sorry women.” bit but unironic and stretched to feature length. i am so over this “elevated horror” horseshit

  • RRR



    fucking dogwalks the competition, incredible stuff. puts all the half-assed excuses for action movies we get these days to shame, nothing but respect. towering achievement

  • La Collectionneuse

    La Collectionneuse


    couldn’t have picked a better film to kick off summer. quietly enrapturing and sincerely scathing. love it

  • Suzanne's Career

    Suzanne's Career


    finding myself increasingly fascinated with Rohmer's oeuvre – that this is apparently a minor outing compared to some of his later films intrigues me regarding what's in store. very excited to dive further into his work

  • Sign of the Lion

    Sign of the Lion


    imperative viewing for annoying astrology people. consider me Rohmer-pilled

  • House of Wax

    House of Wax


    still one of the greatest horror movies of the 21st century

  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


    yeah that’s the stuff

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    major “we have Split (2017) at home” energy radiating off of this thing

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Raiders of the Lost Ark


    currently replaying/100%ing the Uncharted series so naturally i had to double-book those with arguably the best adventure movie of all time. still perfect

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    more like the Multiverse of Midness. some cool ideas here and there but they’re ultimately few and far between. had a gut feeling that this Raimi/Disney collab was gonna be another Oz the Great and Powerful and unfortunately i was right. shame! not sure why i thought Disney would actually let a filmmaker do everything they wanted for once, joke’s on me i guess

  • Mr. Klein

    Mr. Klein


    got sent an advance copy from Criterion, new 4K restoration is gorgeous, missed the theatrical screening that played here a few weeks back so was glad to finally see it on disc. Alain Delon is incredible as always, the greatest