eternalsunshin3 has written 38 reviews for films rated ★★½ .

  • Straw Dogs

    Straw Dogs


    Two words: toxic masculinity. 🤡

  • A Cure for Wellness

    A Cure for Wellness


    For this being as lengthy as it is, I thought the pacing was different and as far as horror films go I thought this one had a different vibe than most and that is what was interesting about it. It's one the is memorable and sets itself apart from others in many ways. Loved seeing Jason Issacs play typical bad (cannot see him as anything other than Hap from the AMAZING Netflix series "The OA) and overall liked revisiting this one.

  • The Truman Show

    The Truman Show


    Another film I checked out that I felt is a must see, however wasn't completely blown away. Although it was a decent film to give you a roller coaster of emotions and Jim Carrey's awesome performance, it's another cult classic that just wasn't for me. I found myself bored at times even, but nonetheless am glad to have checked it out.

  • Natural Born Killers

    Natural Born Killers


    "I ain't gonna murder anybody on our wedding day"

    I have mixed feelings about this one. There are moments where I feel like this had a lot of potential, but other moments where I cannot fucking stand these characters in any capacity and I wanna turn the movie off. It's definitely very up and down, has a fever dream feel throughout the long ass runtime that sometimes even nauseating and overused, but I can say Woodys performance is great. Him…

  • Chungking Express

    Chungking Express


    "Since when do you like loud music?"

    "With a little time, I get used to things"

    I was very excited to finally experience my first WKW film, however I wasn't completely in love with this one despite all the hype it gets. I found it a little underwhelming, drawn out and boring. Some moments being fun, unique, whimsical and strange and the ending leaving me feeling like I missed something? I certainly would give this one another shot maybe when…

  • Pin



    Surprised I had never heard of this prior to only recently but figured it was worth checking out. I adore Terry O`Quinn and wish he had been in this a little more, but overall I thought this was different than your average horror movie from the 80`s and give it credit for being unique for the most part. I was pleasantly surprised that "Pin" is voiced by Johnathon Banks, otherwise known as Mike from "Breaking Bad". Glad to have checked it out but thought it was a little longer than it needed to be, dragged out, and had kind of a silly ending.

  • Kill List

    Kill List


    what the actual fuck lol

  • Half Nelson

    Half Nelson


    "And it's important to know that there are some changes you can't control"

    I really enjoyed seeing Ryan Gosling in his early acting career in this raw and emotional movie that i've somehow never seen before. I thought he was absolutely great in this and the dynamic he and his student Drey share is unique and kind and easy to love. I think this one really shows how people, even people we look up to, could easily lead a secret…

  • The Deep House

    The Deep House


    Props to this one for being "different" I suppose. For someone who has Thalassophobia, the movie creeped me out quite a bit, not even the dead demon ass folks, but just seeing the house itself submerged was little triggering. It had its moments but the ending was a little to me but overall I enjoyed it as it's not your typical horror film... (how the heck did they film this? it was so neat!)

  • Constantine



    I loved this movie as a kid but re watching as an adult I felt a little less impressed. I thought it was much longer than it needed to be, however I love Keanu in this role. I found all of the religious talk to be a little much, but I guess it's to be expected when it's literally a movie about angels and demons and so on and so forth. Really like the ending but like I said, found myself bored at times and felt like it was dragging in some ways throughout.

  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


    A fun horror flick with plenty of gore, grossness and violence. One that I've seen several times and can still enjoy every few years without feeling bored.

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

    A Nightmare on Elm Street


    I never was interested in these as a kid, I guess Freddy never really scared me and I thought these were boring. Nothing in this was memorable as a child, but after re watching as an adult, I can say that there was definitely some rather creepy moments, and had I given it more of a shot as a child, I definitely think it could have scared me a little bit and gave me nightmares. I absolutely love Robert Englund,…