• The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    Holy hell, this was a treat to watch in a movie theatre. There is something to celebrate here with David Lowery's latest accomplishment. The build up and anticipation leading to this film's long overdue release was warranted. Every aspect of this film - from the sound design and score, to the acting and writing, to everything else about this movie - was top fucking notch.

    There is so much to say about how the story was laid out, but I will save that for a second watch. For now, I will sit in appreciation of what I just experienced.

  • Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain

    Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain


    As a Bourdain fan, of course I liked it. As a film fan, I thought it was good in a very linear and conventional way. As a human being, I found it way too emotionally and existentially relatable.

    In a world full of heartbreak and confusion, Tony was simply a reflection of it all.

    A note to those saying they found the film exploitative: yeah - welcome to capitalism.

  • Open Water 2: Adrift

    Open Water 2: Adrift


    Straight white people really be wilding out like this in "True Events". SMH

  • Censor



    This is a very atmospheric and creepy film all the way through, although at times it had a real Tales From the Crypt vibe. Regardless, I appreciate its tying-into a historic film movement that existed in the UK - something I only Iearned about after watching the movie.

    Censor really doesn't try to add anything new to the psych-horror genre, but it does hit all the right points for a film of its nature, so I have to applaud that.…

  • Open Water

    Open Water


    At first I kept thinking this was going to turn into a terrible story line porn from the late '90s. After it didn't, the movie still didn't turn out to be super terrible. Despite it's low quality production and amateur level acting, the movie still does good in creating suspense and dread. The ending, however, was somewhat lazy and unthoughtful, but the post ending credits scene was cool.

  • Youth in Revolt

    Youth in Revolt

    Cera vs. Cera. This was funnier the first time I watched it.

  • Gunpowder Milkshake

    Gunpowder Milkshake


    Not bad. Not great. Gunpowder Milkshake is a shameless babe-assassin fun joyride - all thrills, violence, and nothing too deep. Watch this if you wanna shut off your mind for minute and enjoy some action.

  • Pig



    Pig was not at all what I expected, which was a typical revenge flick. The film, however, was exceptional in a very different way. Perhaps a much better way.

    It's a beautifully shot and edited film. It's a story of loss composed so subtley and deep. The score adds to the film's existential and depressive mood in a very artistic and poetically satisfying way. Every performance in Pig is golden.

    This is a very special piece of modern cinema.

    There is no revenge. Only heartache and wonder. This is one of the year's best, no doubt.

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Space Jam: A New Legacy


    Silly stuff.

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    My least favorite of the trilogy. Those fake accents were so bad.

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow


    The screenplay and some of the dialogue and acting was good, but this one really had some of the most standard action sequences, CGI, and stunt work I've ever seen in a Marvel film.

    Extra star for Florence Pugh being casted.

  • Fear Street: 1978

    Fear Street: 1978


    Kill scenes are getting better.