aaron

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horror and cry

favourite films are at the moment

Favorite films

  • Colossal
  • The Neon Demon
  • Coraline
  • Annihilation

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  • Cloverfield

    ★★★½

  • The Slumber Party Massacre

    ★★★

  • Haunt

    ★★★★★

  • Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

    ★★½

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  • Cloverfield

    Cloverfield

    ★★★½

    Found footage is best when it's done in a unique way. For the love of God, no more found footage ghost movies, that's literally the laziest and most painfully irritating type of horror film you could make.

    Anyways, finally finished Cloverfield! Really fun, although T.J Miller was rather annoying through-out, but whatever.

    (Now unshadowban me letterboxd pleaaase I promise I'll like rewatch dune or something just let me out of jaaail.)

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    Watched as a part of 100 Horror Movies in 92 Days and Hooptober.

  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    ★★★

    Whilst its nowhere near as good as the original, the switch in tone manages to imbue the film with a truckload of fun.

    Incredibly annoying at times too, but its fiiiiiiine...

    [I'm currently shadowbanned?!?? Sigh.]

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    Watched as a part of 100 Horror Movies in 92 Days and Hooptober.

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  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    ★★★

    In about a decade, some teen will stumble across this film and decide its their personal favourite of the franchise and wonder why its "so underrated."

    In the end its a slasher movie, backed with laughable dialogue, insane kills and decisions so stupid you'll be yelling at the screen for them to "STOP you idiot... no please don't- ah well thats what you get-."

    I coudn't stop smiling.

    PS: Judy Greer's a badass.

  • Squid Game

    Squid Game

    ★★★★½

    This might just be the magnum opus of the deadly game subgenre.

    Each game is suitably deadly and consistently engaging. Overall, the visuals are unsettling and beautiful and hovering over everything is this haunting musical score. As it's a series, each of the main group of characters gets time to shine, making the deaths extremely painful.

    On top of all of that is social commentary that actually works in its simplicity. Refreshingly, whilst the shady organisation is noticeably formidable, it…