• The Holdovers

    The Holdovers


    I could watch Paul Giamatti's and Dominic Sessa's banter for days. The writing is incredibly smart and witty. Da'Vine Joy Randolph's performance is amazing and heart wrenching. I can tell this will be many people's favorite Christmas movie for years to come. I know it's already one of mine.

  • May December

    May December


    This is so good. One of those non-horror horror movies that repulsed me and kept me engaged the entire way through.

  • Foe



    I really don't think this movie deserves the hate it's getting. The cinematography is beautiful. The acting is great. It has a fun (albeit predictable) twist. My wife and I liked it a lot.

  • Fair Play

    Fair Play


    Equal parts entertaining and stressful.

    Ngl, if my wife brought home a half million dollar check I would not be complaining

  • Saw X

    Saw X


    Best Saw movie since the first? Probably. I had a great time.

  • A Haunting in Venice

    A Haunting in Venice


    Dialogue heavy mystery with some satisfying twists and turns. I liked it.

  • The Killer

    The Killer


    Literally me if all I ever listened to were The Smiths

  • Fingernails



    The ending sucked. This felt like a mid and bloated black mirror episode, but I gave it an extra half-star anyway for Jessie Buckley

  • Five Nights at Freddy's

    Five Nights at Freddy's


    More like five naps with Mikey

  • Old Dads

    Old Dads


    A couple funny jokes here n there didn't make this feel any less out of touch or tired

  • The Boogeyman

    The Boogeyman


    Honestly a pretty cool monster design. I expected a lot worse.

  • The Nun II

    The Nun II


    Not nearly as bad as the first. Some relatively effective spooks here n there. The ending is a bit all over the place and it definitely suffers from bloat, but for a Nun horror movie I expected worse.