• Everybody’s Everything

    Everybody’s Everything


    "I can tell you.. I see pure gold in you"


    This documentary dived much deeper into the life of Gustav Åhr than most people care to go when researching Lil Peep. I really have had a hard time putting together this review, as all I can do is sit here and reflect on life, grateful to have existed the same time as Peep. A life cut incredibly too short, this documentary is a heartbreaking story of the…

  • Oldboy



    I had high expectations for "Old Boy" considering the extremely high reviews and praise it has received on here, but I have to be honest. I was a little let down, although I really cant tell you what could have happened alternatively or differently that would have allowed this to receive a higher rating from me.. I honestly just thought it was a little lengthy, a little confusing at times, and a little cheesy. It did have a good little…

  • Enter the Void

    Enter the Void


    "Do you believe in reincarnation?"

    A psychedelic journey through the after life painting a vivid portait of what comes after death...this one is definitely one of my favorite Gaspar Noé masterpieces. Its delightfully trippy, experimental and graphic. This was my first Noé experience years back and he has since become a director i absolutely adore since then. Between the neon colors, the ethereal score, and a birds eye view of a colorful yet grungy Tokyo, i love "Enter the Void" in all it's glory.

  • Martyrs



    Im not really sure what i was expecting from this but it definitely wasnt that. There were a few gory parts i could appreciate but for the most part.. this was a let down. From lengthy torture scenes (i get it..you're being held hostage and beaten everyday. I dont need 20 minutes of seeing it), to farfetched moments that dont make alot of sense. I dunno about this one yall. I feel like ive been bamboozled.

  • Mute



    I surprisingly liked this more than i anticipated. The futuristic setting, Alexander Skarsgårds excellent performance all while using no dialogue at all throughout, and an easy to follow story. This was a much darker film that i imagined and thought it had a strong beginning middle and end.

  • The Sea of Trees

    The Sea of Trees


    I realllllllly enjoyed this depsite everyone hating it 😂 it was a rather slow story, but a really nice one that put me in my feels. It was a little cheesy and far fetched at times.. but i really liked the ending of the movie.

  • Nocturnal Animals

    Nocturnal Animals


    I had high expectations for this considering the all star cast and my adoration for Amy Adams. The cinematography in this is beautiful, the score is great, but I think I was expecting some crazy twist (my bad for assuming) but over all, I thought it was a good story, it kept me intrigued and most definitely kept me guessing what was real and what was fiction.

    I think the meaning of the film, is that her ex husband wanted…

  • Burning



    This was a.. slow burn.. pun intended.

    It was a good story, however, it was very slow paced and it was not successful in grabbing my attention much at all. I fell asleep and missed the last hour and woke up to credits, and then eventually, days later, went back and suffered through the last.. boring.. hour. It was just too slow of a story for me, and while intriguing at times, this film was a total enigma, leaving me with more questions than answers, although.. I assume that is the point?

  • Good Time

    Good Time


    Woah! Robert Pattinson is a total degenerate in "Good Time" and I absolutely loved it?
    I read several mixed reviews about this and went into with 0 expectations and holy hell I actually really liked this?

    Was I anxious the full run time of the film? Yes. However, not many movies can make me feel that way the entire time and keep me on the edge of my seat. It was captivating, and I dont think ive seen a film…

  • The Chumscrubber

    The Chumscrubber


    I watched this movie before years ago because it was my best friend at the times favorite movie. Upon re watching this shitty straight to DVD bullshit that I previously enjoyed as a totally emo teen, I found that I still as an adult loved this hidden gem just as much as I did a decade ago. (Still emo)

    This is the embodiment of teenage angst, displaying drug fueled teens, and is totally fucking strange.

    At times, it reminded me…

  • Her



    "I can still feel you, and the words of our story"

    I like the concept of this movie, and I adore Spike Jonze, although I must say, since Ive seen Joaquin Phoenix as Joker, I cant unsee it, even in this.

    I enjoy the aesthetic of Her. The colors in the film are exuberant and I adore them. The emotions showcased feel authentic and raw, as the struggle Theodore faces to find love in a futuristic setting that revolves around…

  • The Tale

    The Tale



    This was extremely painful and difficult to watch. I was hesitant at first, it seemed a little confusing and hard to follow as it weaves in and out of past/present and a narrative that I actually began to like. It is deeply disturbing in all aspects, and even more discomforting as this is based on real life events. It also provides a real life horror, as we sometimes can never know what we will or have…