eternalsunshin3 has written 64 reviews for films rated ★★★ .

  • The Butterfly Effect

    The Butterfly Effect


    This is easily one of the most memorable films from the early 2000`s I saw as a kid and one that always stuck with me. I enjoyed it then and enjoy it just as much all these years later. I absolutely love the twisty time line you go into, I love Kutchers performance and think this was way ahead of its time. Pacing is good and even though it's long, it's one that holds your attention well.

  • Hounds of Love

    Hounds of Love


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Been super into Australian cinema lately and this was a really good one to check out. The pacing was great, the runtime was decent, the performances were great (loved seeing my girl Susie Porter from Wentworth). Overall, I loved the ending and was happy to see the end result (was worried for a minute that this one would not have a pretty ending). Would recommend this one, it kept me on the edge of my seat and interested.

  • Lolita



    "You look 100% better when I can't see you."

    I was interested in checking out this version because I have mixed feelings on Stanley Kubricks version and this one turned out to be decent! It was a little lengthy but held my attention for the most part and was quite disgusted overall by our main characters obsession with his stepdaughter however I wasn't repulsed enough to stop watching. Overall, good movie.

  • The Hunt

    The Hunt


    Really good story. Definitely sad and a movie that absolutely makes you reflect and ask the question of "what would you do in his shoes?" Was easy to follow, emotional, and well made. Would watch again.

  • The Dyatlov Pass Incident

    The Dyatlov Pass Incident


    I am OBSESSED with the Dyatlov Pass Incident and have passed this movie by many times as "Devil`s Pass" title sounded incredibly cheesy but after finally giving it a go and quickly realizing what this was about... I honestly freaking loved it. The ending was definitely a little too much, but overall I really enjoyed it and for most of the movie, I thought it was done really well, and it definitely gave me the creeps, especially considering how interested…

  • Backcountry



    Ok but I honestly LOVED this movie. I had always heard a lot about the infamous bear attack scene but was skeptical but wow! Im so glad I checked this one out. The movie kept me captivated from start to end, and the bear attack scene was fucking brutal and one that will stay with me. I thought the practical effects were great and I really felt a sense of being scared for the main character as she deals with…

  • Playground



    If you've heard people talk about this but don't know much about it... go in blind. I saw this recommended on tik tok and did no research whatsoever, the person who recommended it said it was a traumatizing movie and we all know I love a good fucked up movie and this was definitely one of them. If you`re a true crime buff, this one will hit home for you because chances are youve heard about the true crime this…

  • Fluke



    This movie is definitely a kids movie from the 90s but I absolutely love it and always have. Definitely think its a little ahead of its time with questions of reincarnation and afterlife but I absolutely adore this movie. although it's cheesy, Still love it and really enjoy it.

  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre


    I was surprised at how good this one was! I had low expectations but was definitely impressed. Sure there were a few things that were arguably "silly" or "bad" but for the most part, the payoff was worth it. I enjoyed the cast, the kills, the storyline, the gore. I thought it was an awesome movie that is potentially even better than any Texas Chainsaws they've attempted to do in the past. Glad I checked this out and is definitely one I'll check out later on for a second time.

  • Grandma's Boy

    Grandma's Boy


    Been a while since I've reviewed movies but I wanna jump back in so figured I'd go back a while to movies I watched over the last few months and this one came to mind. There really isn't a whole lot to say about this one besides.. well.. it's a classic stoner movie that will be loved for generations to come. It's easy to watch, the jokes are crude and hilarious and there are tons of familiar faces and an easy to follow storyline. Love this one and can't really find anything to complain about.

  • The Girl Next Door

    The Girl Next Door


    "So what's the craziest thing you've done lately?"

    I honestly can't believe how well this aged. I absolutely loved this is a young tween in the 200`s and surprisingly found that I loved it just as much watching it nearly 20 years later. It's funny, it's raunchy, it's extremely sweet and adorable at times and has a great cast, most importantly, Timothy Olyphants epic role as "Kelly". The movie has a great soundtrack, a fun story and an awesome ending. An absolute 2000's classic that will be loved for a long time I think.

  • Halloween



    This was much better than the new Halloween’s they are putting out. Michael is actually huge and TERRIFYING in this one and I’m living for it.  Really enjoyed this one and feel like Rob Zombie did this justice.  Definitely an instant classic.