• Green Room

    Green Room

    I watched this when dogsitting and being sleep deprived, so whenever the dog would bark on screen, my dog would wake up and bark back... so I watched most of this on mute just incase.
    But I loved the action especially the first half, without the dog. Also didn't recognise Patrick Stewart at all? and I love him? I only realised it was him after when I looked up the cast for Anton Yelchin.
    PS. Alia Shawkat supremacy 💜

  • The Woman Who Ran

    The Woman Who Ran

    Placed amidst a binge of quite heavy, mostly horror films and TV, The Woman Who Ran was the steady, calm conversational story I needed. It felt oddly comforting to me in the way it was following people talking about their phases in life, repeating conversations during awkward quiet moments, like in a realistic situation.
    Knowing Kim Min-Hee from The Handmaiden, I loved seeing her in a striped down role, and she was amazing. Seo Young-ha stood out to me too, a mother/older wise figure I admired and wanted her content, peaceful mindset.
    Also, cute cat... adds a 10 to my rating!

  • Night at the Museum

    Night at the Museum

    best film - you can't argue with me

  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise

    maybe one of my new favourite films?? 70s horror musical with a franknfurter-esque dude called beef?? corruption of the music industry plotlines with jessica harper aka the singer of classic song bitchin' in the kitchen?? the outfits are camp, editing is beautiful insanity.
    I just want beef and phoenix to sing to me.
    1000000% recommend, especially if you enjoy rocky horror picture show, tommy, or any trippy 70s film you can find

  • Cruella


    a watchable, okay, very gay film with amazing company to laugh at it with. i love my friends 💓
    also, why cgi dogs?

  • John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid

    John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid

    rewatched this because its comforting, and then checked twitter to find out john and anna are getting divorced...
    the universe betrays us in sick ways

  • Hostel


    1. watched this with my dad
    2. i have a vomit and eye phobia
    antithesis of fun.

  • Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor

    Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor

    I remember watching this live and absolutely losing my shit, and nothing has changed, except feeling the magic and sorrow of John Hurts performance a bit more strongly since his passing. He really makes this feel special, alongside the Tom Baker cameo which always makes me emotional, the voice instantly recognisable!
    Its camp, its sweet, its classic doctor who, its got billie piper in it, its dumb but weirdly philosophical, what more do you want?

  • Cruel Intentions

    Cruel Intentions

    watching this instead of doing my essay because i avoid responsibility and sarah michelle gellar is hot

    edit: i got an extension, thank you smg you manifested this

  • Death Becomes Her

    Death Becomes Her

    talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show-stopping, spectacular, never-the-same, totally unique, completely-not-ever-been-done-before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, shit on it, vomit on it, eat it, give birth to it!

    one of the most entertaining and fun viewing experiences I've ever had ✨

  • Purple Rain

    Purple Rain

    Princes acting in that scene when he angrily sits in the chair, after performing Darling Nikki, is peak cinema and acting ability 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  • Quadrophenia


    The first half slightly dragged for me, but as it came to the insane riot scene I enjoyed it so much more. I adore The Who, being a big fan of Tommy aswell (going to rewatch very soon) and I love how different Quadrophenia and Tommy are in style, genre and the way the soundtrack is used. I don't know why Sting was in this, but he did fit in very well, even with no dialogue - I want his…