I need Ti West to make at least one film per year. I loved House of the Devil. I loved The Innkeepers. I mostly liked this. I'm glad he had a chance to play around with found footage, and for an always increasingly played out genre, this was a pretty solid addition to it. In conclusion, I really enjoy loving Ti West films, and I could handle only "liking" Ti West films if he made more films, which I would…
Movies are a personal experience for me. I tend to watch them alone the vast majority of the time, it's almost the best form of meditation I've come across at this point in my existence, and with rare exception I prefer to remove outside influence from the film experience as much as possible, just letting it be me and the film. There is a difference between being lonely and being alone, as Paul Rudd's character states. I could…
First of all, it's an incredible feeling to sit in a fully packed movie theatre for a James Gunn movie. Here's to many more.
I hoped, at the very least, to like this movie. I tried to not expect to love it, I'm good at tempering expectations to avoid having my heart broken, but whatever I fucking loved it. What I did not expect whatsoever, and the one thing this movie had that I'd never experienced in a Marvel (or…