Erica Hoskins

I date straight men so I've seen a lot of bad movies

Favorite films

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  • Come and See
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Rachel Getting Married

Recent activity

  • The Sixth Sense


  • Knock at the Cabin


  • EO


  • Jerrod Carmichael: Love at the Store


Pinned reviews

  • Women Talking

    Women Talking


    This thing ending with a song by the damn Monkees is all you need to know about the disconnect in this film between a violent power structure that supposedly allowed its victims to meet and plot openly against their oppressors (IN DAYLIGHT NO LESS) and actual, lived, documented, historical reality. 

    While walking out of this screening in bemusement and disappointment, Fred Hampton got blown to bits a second time, this time just for giggles, because let’s be for real.

  • EO



    I’ll leave it to the film critics to fancy up the global collection of EO reviews but I do love it when tiny vignettes are tucked into tiny pockets of story like delightfully forbidden pieces of butterscotch candy. Isabelle Huppert was on screen for no more than 3 seconds and I died as she glanced even accidentally in my direction. The soccer goalie swallowed my heart whole. EO was an absolute treasure, losing him crushed each and every soul he met along with my own. Godspeed, donkey.

Recent reviews

  • The Sixth Sense

    The Sixth Sense


    Okay that was pretty good

  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    That extra star is for the suspenseful pacing. Wish we’d gotten additional flashback scenes (tender, compelling, filled with emotional longing) but at a tidy hour and 40 minutes, I won’t complain.

Popular reviews

  • King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis

    King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis


    this was less of an historical document than it is fucking current events and, for that reason alone, it is well worth the few hours of your time

    (as long as the white citizenry considers property damage to be more of an egregious crime than harm to the black body, nothing will change in favor of justice and equality; it will be forever 1963)

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  • Color Out of Space

    Color Out of Space


    As of this writing, the early reviews here on letterboxd are averaging in the 3.3 star range, and I’m not sure if it’s because director Richard Stanley is a relative unknown or because people are still mad at Nic Cage over Face/Off or maybe they are put off that the color Lovecraft insists is “indescribable” turns out to be neon magenta pink-like. But this is a good movie. 

    My boyfriend is the Lovecraft fan. I’d genuinely never heard of the…