Watched by Brendan Roberts 22 Feb 2021
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The lack of answers is my favorite part
★★★★★ Rewatched by Brendan Roberts 19 Mar 2021
I'm not sure if I want this movie to stop making me cry or if I hope it will never stop making me cry.
★★★★½ Watched by Brendan Roberts 19 Feb 2021
It's so crazy how much atmosphere they were able to give this movie without any money.
★★★½ Rewatched by Brendan Roberts 14 Feb 2021
In the middle of a lava flow destroying the city, someone stops to make a joke about the themes of Hieronymus Bosch. This movie is great.
★★½ Watched by Brendan Roberts 05 Feb 2021
Not nearly as fun as the title implies
★★ Watched by Brendan Roberts 02 Feb 2021
This feels like a thing gay people like because they're supposed to like it. A bad play about shitty people without any joy.
★★★★ Watched by Brendan Roberts 25 Jan 2021
What grown man named Alexander would choose to go by Al?
★★★ Added by Brendan Roberts
I think my quota of Adagio in D minor is full.
Watched by Brendan Roberts 18 Oct 2020
If your aim is to lure people in with a false sense of calm so you can trick them into mass suicide, don't invite a stranger played by John Carroll Lynch.
Watched by Brendan Roberts 12 Oct 2020
It's..the exact same movie.
Watched by Brendan Roberts 06 Oct 2020
Communication is so important, especially when you've accidentally unleashed several demonic evils.
★★★ Watched by Brendan Roberts 04 Oct 2020
Only two things happen when the Devil is around; toast falls jelly side down, and children hit their heads on tables. That's it!