Favorite films

  • Harold and Maude
  • Moonstruck
  • Pink Flamingos
  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Recent activity

  • Unbreakable


  • The Sixth Sense


  • S He


  • Journey to the Beginning of Time


Pinned reviews

  • Summer of 85

    Summer of 85


    Yet again another queer drama has me emotional and had me almost crying on the drive home. Not so much a review as a personal journal.

    Being young and naive, your emotions are haywire for any person you think you're in love with. It's worse when you're queer. I didn't have my first boyfriend until I was 17 and I thought I loved him. I didn't. I had no idea what love was - it didn't reside in me. I…

  • Gunda



    So glad to have waited to see this film in the theater. It was absolutely hypnotic because without a narrator guiding along any kind of story for us to personify and cling onto, it turns into a trance. Not sure how long I was sitting in the theater when I watched a one legged chicken hop along a log. Didn't know how far along I was when I saw the mother commit violence to its own offspring, but I knew…

Recent reviews

  • The Sixth Sense

    The Sixth Sense


    I think Shyamalan takes a bit too much time in the end to show how the twist works, but honestly as far as everything else goes this is a damn good fucking movie that I have spent way too long not revisiting. Some legit scary moments as well as all of the really emotional bits being well earned. Toni Collette once again proving she is one of the all time greats.

  • S He

    S He


    So many wild images so little time to take in what it all could possibly mean. What I do know is that an entire world was created before my very eyes that I never thought possible. What a god damn surreal and transgressive piece of art.

Popular reviews

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas


    Reasons why Letterboxd should take this film more seriously:

    - Ron Howard's best film. Can you think of something better? I can't.
    - One of three Oscar noms Jim Carrey was robbed of.
    - I'm sorry but the script is funny as hell and makes this trainwreck so pleasing.
    - Utter madness on the screen.
    - ORIGINAL SONG "WHERE ARE YOU CHRISTMAS" SANG BY THE TALENTED FAITH HILL (and co written by the Queen of Christmas herself, Mariah Carey)

  • Practical Magic

    Practical Magic


    Heterosexuality is a Curse: The Movie