Favorites are the last four films I've rated 4.5 or 5 stars.

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  • Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

    Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema


    As a film about film this is an easy win. If you are interested in cinema and its history then of course watching a ton of clips from interesting and diverse films is going to be fun. But there are a few problems and, more concerning, I haven't seen them discussed much.

    Watching the documentary was a pleasure and I found myself noting directors and films to investigate further. Though not as many as I expected. Over 80% of the…

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  • 28 Weeks Later

    28 Weeks Later


    Hooptober 4/31

    Had I watched this a couple of years ago one of my complaints would be how stupid everyone is; to risk sneaking out of quarantine, to visit someone in the hospital etc. But we all know now that people are really stupid and will defend their right to lick strangers' noses over being forced to wear a mask.

    The geography of London was hilarious of course as it always is when you want to include as many famous…

  • Opera



    Hooptober 3/31

    It's the details and moments that I loved about this; the creeping camera, the ravens, the locations. But the plot didn't come together like other gialli and I identified the murderer right away which was disappointing.

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  • Titanic


    Today marks the 5000th day I've been with my partner. I was going to celebrate by writing about a film we shared and loved together but instead I'll write about our meeting.

    In 1997-1998 I worked in a cinema ostensibly to save money for university but I actually spent it all on booze. We persuaded a colleague to hold an Oscar night party and so my workmates and I watched the 1997 Oscars together. One workmate brought a friend who…

  • The Watermelon Woman

    The Watermelon Woman

    There's something about 90s indie films that means I'll always appreciate them. The aesthetic, everything, is strangely comforting. Maybe other people who grew up in the 90s have the same experience as I do?

    Anyway, The Watermelon Woman is another film that's been on my list for ages - over a decade probably - but I'm glad I watched it now I know a little bit about Hollywood history, early black cinema etc. Part of me was disappointed that it…