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  • The Haunting of Bly Manor

    The Haunting of Bly Manor


    losing a loved one is undoubtedly one of my biggest fears so I actually found The Haunting of Bly Manor terrifying, despite most of the reviews claiming that it's not scary at all. horror is obviously subjective but to say this isn't scary baffles me—it's just not true. Mike Flanagan excels in telling stories about tragedy and loss and he is probably one of the best directors out there right now.

    I honestly have no idea how I'm supposed to…

  • Black Christmas

    Black Christmas


    you know I just had to indulge since this classic has been added to the Criterion Channel as a part of their '70s Horror Collection! it's no question that Black Christmas has very easily and very quickly become one of my all-time favorite horror films.

    the eerie atmosphere that director Bob Clark and cinematographer Reginald H. Morris created is just to die for—the POV shots are iconic and while rare, they add a certain layer of dread and danger that…

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  • Diana: In Her Own Words

    Diana: In Her Own Words


    I cannot even explain how much this broke me. I've felt connected to Diana ever since I heard my mum talk about her for the first time when I was really young (I think a lot of others can probably relate to that.) I knew nothing about her but since my mum idolized her I knew she must be pretty great. she passed exactly one month before I was born, yet she has such a profound impact on me today…

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit


    I don't know what is left to say that hasn't already been said but this was fucking astonishing. Anya Taylor-Joy is a once in a lifetime kind of talent.

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  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban


    when hermione punched malfoy in the face and then watched herself do it again... it’s everything to me

  • Before Midnight

    Before Midnight


    “the first film is about what could be, the second is about what should have been; before midnight is about what it is.” — ethan hawke <33