• Saw



    me: where am i

    jigsaw: hello Wesley. for years you said "ijbol". but will you still be bursting out laughing when you play my game. for starters ive put your feet in an air fryer

  • Lux Æterna

    Lux Æterna


    the reason why every movie/tv show looks dark now is because gaspar noe already stole all the gaffers

  • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

    The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar


    a film that fully utilizes the inherent hotness of dev patel

  • Monsieur Hulot's Holiday

    Monsieur Hulot's Holiday


    one of the most laid back and effortlessly cozy films around. pro tip: enjoy this with a nice cup of tea like i did.

  • Broadcast News

    Broadcast News


    if they ever made a studio romantic comedy this funny or sexy or intelligent or well made again all of america would sink into the ocean and sharks would be eating our corpses

  • Suzhou River

    Suzhou River


    "every time she closed the door behind her, i felt as if my life had stopped."

    employs a variety of narrative and technological tricks to perfectly capture the unreliability of memory and the pain of lost love thats foundations are built on illusion.

  • The Deer Hunter

    The Deer Hunter


    somehow doesn't feel 3 hours long but at the same time i wanted it to go on forever. just one of those movies you know has to end but you don't want it to.

  • Klute



    gay people: im gay

    society: ok

    john klute: miss daniels i want to ask you a few questions

  • The Innocents

    The Innocents


    if im at a park and i come across a group of kids staring at each other and the ground is shifting under them i am simply walking in the other direction

  • Dream Work

    Dream Work


    cinemas potential achieved in 10 minutes. imho this is what it's all about, folks.

  • Alien: Covenant

    Alien: Covenant


    at one point a character asks "is this place safe?" after she walks into a building with a massive open roof during a thunderstorm surrounded by thousands of charred bodies

  • Bait



    i’m fairly confident in calling mark jenkins latest feature Enys Men one of the best films of the decade, so i knew visiting his debut feature was a priority. just as i hoped, this is another from-the-beyond experiment in audiovisual excellence. by far jenkins greatest asset as a filmmaker is his films possess a true and definite texture, something that activates the senses. i cant think of another filmmaker working right now who has so expertly utilized (and been this passionate about) the look and feel inherent in 16mm film.