Another addition to one of the best character studies of our generation. On Cinema at the Cinema truly has some of the best lore and character development I have every experienced over the course of its 10+ seasons and various specials. Though this film is far more enjoyable if you have taken the time to fully experience the On Cinema universe (and I pray that you do), there are certainly still many jokes that will land if you have not.…
One of the best looking films of all-time. It is so visually striking that if you watched it on mute, it would still be an enjoyable experience. With the right company, it is perfect for having in the background while you play music in a party setting.
It would be five stars for me, but I took a half star off because I think a few animals were hurt while making this film.
Letterboxd Season Challenge #6 (2020-21)
Week 11: November 16th-22nd
YMS Recommendations Week: Watch a previously unseen film recommended in one of YMS' Top 10 videos
It is hard to deny that this is a straight up classic film. It is something that has been in pop culture for ages. Having never seen it before, I have seen parts of it referenced in various different movies and on television. Because of this I knew almost every beat of the story, but it was still enjoyable to watch.
Also, let's bring back 70-80 minute movies. They are a breeze to watch and are less likely to suffer…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Wow, I was not expecting this sequel to be as bizarre and over the top as it is. I really thought the first 40 minutes of this film were fantastic, it sets everything up very nicely. But around when JR returns to the radio station while Chop Top and Leatherface are there, everything kind of goes off the rails and gets too ridiculous in my opinion.
The reveal of Drayton Sawyer winning the chili cook off was fantastic and worth…