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  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects


    I read the book Sharp Objects the summer before David Fincher's Gone Girl came out. I had already hungrily devoured the book featuring Amy Elliot Dunne and quickly spent the rest of the summer inhaling Gillian Flynn's other two major works. I was in love. Gone Girl, the movie, came and shook me to my core and a lackluster adaptation of Dark Places followed not long after. I waited with bated breath for the inevitable Sharp Objects adaptation and it…

  • Suspiria



    Wow, it has been a journey and a half to make it to this movie and I'm honestly glad that it has been because it makes me appreciate the opportunity to finally see it that much more. The closest this was showing to me in theaters was 3 hours away and it was for a very limited time so I didn't have the chance to experience it the way I wanted to. I waited and waited, not giving in to…

Recent reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    I was fully expecting to be let down by this movie after about an hour and a half of experiencing this. That last half hour stuck the landing and actually ended up surprising me, which is a very good thing. Honestly tho, how could a movie be anything other than fab when it features Anya Taylor-Joy singing Downtown? Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie in Girl Interrupted walked so she could run. Not the overall acting performance(s) bc Wino Forever and…

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    Absolutely stunning to look at and listen to. Jane Campion swirls around her characters and their surroundings with such ease and foresight. This is definitely one of her best. The acting by all the leads is extraordinary. Benedict Cumberbatch plays a stifled and cruel man to perfection and Kodi Smit-McPhee is the definition of trust no twink. Kirsten Dunst radiates heartbreaking purity in every scene she’s in and Jesse Plemons deserves the world. Oh, and I actually screamed when Frances Conroy popped up. Legends.

Popular reviews

  • Raw



    So apparently some people fainted while watching this movie? What kind of church lady dramatics? I've seen more grotesque goings-on at Walmart on a busy afternoon.

  • Bride of Chucky

    Bride of Chucky


    The smartest decision the people behind the Child's Play franchise ever made was adding Jennifer Tilly to it. Her camp appeal takes the world of Chucky to a whole new level of fabulousness.