• The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It


    This film was completely carried by none other than Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. While the film was still enjoyable for the demonic possession horror sub genre, it was missing two key aspects: James Wan and a genuine care for the suffering family. The conjuring franchise is one of the only modern horror universes that continues to captivate me, but this one definitely fell short from Wan’s first two conjuring installations.

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    First time back in theaters and it was AMAZING

  • Fist of Fury

    Fist of Fury


    Figuring out the racist sign in Minnie’s place from The Hateful Eight is a reference to this movie changed my entire viewing experience

  • The Darjeeling Limited

    The Darjeeling Limited


    While not Anderson’s best, this film is an excellent pairing with The Royal Tenenbaums. If Tenenbaums is about family dynamics through parenthood, Darjeeling is about what it means to be a sibling and the different roles we take as we progress and reach different familial conflicts. Owen Wilson feels himself as the de facto parent, Adrien Brody is the one who feels so disconnected and envies Wilson’s control, and Jason Schwartzman is the lost younger brother who resents being spoken…

  • Born on the Fourth of July

    Born on the Fourth of July


    Tom cruise had definitely never said the word motherfucker before this movie

  • Ocean's Eleven

    Ocean's Eleven


    Martin and Sinatra truly are the poor man’s Clooney and Pitt

  • Tom Clancy's Without Remorse

    Tom Clancy's Without Remorse


    The things I do for Michael B. Jordan <3

  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier


    Idc how many times I watch marvel movies I will never be able to remember every connection

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal


    Sound of Metal is such a compelling tale of the human experience and how daily functions are taken for granted. The first few minutes are so poignant: the cracking of his knees during squats, hearing his drum sticks lightly tap his girlfriend’s arms, the powder jar hitting the table, the coffee dripping in the pot. So many ways that we know something is functioning correctly because of the minute sounds that accompanies them. 

    Riz Ahmed is absolutely incredible in this film.…

  • Halloween



    The score is INCREDIBLE. It’s insane that you almost forget she can’t hear his theme play which cues us to his presence. I’m surprised I’ve never given this a full watch before, but I’m glad I did. Such a great film to start with on my classic horror journey considering so many to come will pay homage to Michael Myers and the original final girl. Also love the Psycho references considering Jamie Lee’s mom was one of the original scream queens!

  • The Wizard of Oz

    The Wizard of Oz


    Got this on Blu-ray for my bday and I must say it POPS

  • Edward Scissorhands

    Edward Scissorhands


    The very best F- you to suburbia ever crafted