• Men


    Alex Garland, what in the fucked up body horror was that??

  • Schindler's List

    Schindler's List


    Well that definitely made me cry

  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure


    Rounded out a rock-obsessed time traveling teenager double feature in a most excellent fashion. One of my all-time favorites. Could rewatch endlessly

  • Back to the Future

    Back to the Future


    Fun fact: my mom was super excited when this movie came out bc she had a HUGE crush on Huey Lewis. So she excitedly showed up to the theater just bc she heard he would be in it. She left with a much more age-appropriate crush on Michael J. Fox

  • Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park


    It’s been years since I’ve seen this one, and I’m so glad I revisited it. The original in the Jurassic Park collection captures the imagination, transports you completely, and also scares the shit out of you. It poses such huge questions and conundrums about human’s place in nature, and the moral dilemmas of science and technology. Plus, TRANSGENDER DINOSAURS! Just excellent all around.

  • Vampyr


    For being loosely based off of Le Fanu’s Carmilla, there is a disappointing lack of lesbianism happening here. At any rate, fun to see a non-Dracula vampire film for a change, especially in this (almost) silent film format

  • The Gold Rush

    The Gold Rush

    My mom informed me that the shoe was made of licorice and gave Charlie Chaplin horrible diarrhea. I learned that against my will so now you all have to too

  • Safety Last!

    Safety Last!


    Shoutout to Margot Robbie’s short-lived Letterboxd account for putting me on to this one. I’d never seen a Harold Lloyd film before, but safe to say I’m a fan. There’s just something about this type of comedy that will always stand the test of time. With this being on Margot’s assigned watchlist for Babylon, I really hope we get to see her doing something like it as a bit in that

  • Apocalypto


    IDK I have thoughts about this but I don’t really feel like it’s worth typing all that so instead enjoy this GIF

  • Frailty



    Was in the mood for a Southern Gothic, so what else was there to do but turn to Letterboxd for a suggestion? Found this little gem nestled in a list and am shocked I’ve never heard of it until now. Shoutout to Letterboxd for introducing me to such bangers

  • King Kong

    King Kong

    Better than the original, but still overly long and that CGI did NOT age well lmao

  • City Lights

    City Lights

    Continuing my goal of watching more silent films with a classic. My mom always loved Charlie Chaplin, so I grew up watching a lot of his movies on tape. I don’t know if I’d ever seen this one though (or it’s just been so long I don’t remember it), but I always appreciate just how timeless his humor is. You can still see how much his style has influenced comedy even today