• The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line


    Transcendent is the word that comes to my mind after finishing this. Just absolutely transcendent.

  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris


    “Nostalgia is a dirty liar that insists things were better than they seemed.”

    Very relatable and in the hands of a better director I feel I would’ve appreciated this movie more. Really more than anything I wanted more Buñuel and Dali scenes, those were great. 😂

  • Carrie



    The entire prom scene of this movie is just perfect, De Palma flexes so hard with the editing!

  • Pig



    Nicolas Cage goes totally HAM in this movie!

    (Pun intended)

  • The Descent

    The Descent


    Until Dawn: Feminist Edition

  • Nathan for You: Finding Frances

    Nathan for You: Finding Frances


    I never watch TV. Like ever.

    So when I say that Nathan For You is really, really damn good;

    I mean it.

  • Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie

    Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie


    So I recently bought a ps2 to go back and play some of the old games on the system and picked up the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection. This little anime came on the disc and I really enjoyed it. The animation is slick, the fights are fun, and the music is awesome. It was a pretty good time! Apparently the version on the disc was the PG-13 cut and the unrated cut is even better so I’ll have to go back and watch that at some point.

  • (500) Days of Summer

    (500) Days of Summer


    Perhaps one of the most confusing watches I’ve had in a very long time. The message of this film is absolutely great and something that I definitely needed to hear. The execution, however, is so suffocatingly quirky and cute to the point of blinding annoyance that it absolutely massacres this movie.

  • Alien³



    This film is a beautiful and hauntingly surreal gem that seems to get much more hate than it deserves in my opinion. It doesn’t try to pander to Alien fans at all, not worried about pissing people off or pleasing them, but instead telling its own condensed narrative full of cynical hate and a setting reminiscent of Dante’s Divine Comedy (specifically Dante’s Inferno). This is a movie which throws its audience into a world of sinners trying to repent for their sins and a film which can be cataloged as one of David Fincher’s best.

  • Waves



    In my opinion, this film is a much better effort from Trey Edward Shults than It Comes at Night. I haven’t been this enthralled and nervous watching a film since the last time I watched Uncut Gems. Absolutely riveting.

  • Koyaanisqatsi



    Obsessive, invasive, and maddening. This film is absolutely mind-blowing and has become a new favorite for me.

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Monkey should’ve won