• Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks


    season 1

    despite the death of Laura Palmer, she is omnipresent-a sacrifice, a beloved one, a scapegoat for the town's desires and dread, and perhaps its redemption. the darkness closes in around this seemingly idyllic tale, further detaching itself from the rails of normality as no-one will remain untouched by evil.

    defying accustomed genre classification, the first season is an intricate, literary narrative that extracts ideas from varying sources and is always deviating in paths at once unforeseen and utterly…

  • Italian Studies

    Italian Studies


    2022 Ranked 👍

    vignettes exhibited throughout the 80-minute runtime are several amalgamations of passages from Alina’s (Vanessa Kirby) stories and memories that suddenly became lost. they reveal little about the character, about her creating inevitable relationships, about isolated survival or about anything at all. There's no driving force for the story to be interesting and it ultimately fails to express these moments as significant chapters that shaped her life once upon a time.

    this is a film that follows a…

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    you can tell this is an apple movie by the curved edges of the frame

  • Scream



    I just know half of those people have letterboxd accounts so no wonder that happened

  • Dawn of the Dead

    Dawn of the Dead


    ahhhh the good old days when Zack Snyder was still sane and still hasn’t discovered those masterfully atrocious Canon Dream Lenses.

  • Eternals



    sersi didn't even try to move on dane looks exactly like ikaris

  • Batman Returns

    Batman Returns


    probably the most appropriate movie ever to have a Happy Meal tie-in

  • Jennifer's Body

    Jennifer's Body


    Nothing says 2000s like Johnny Simmons and his hideous bangs! god I haven’t been this irritated since Jesus invented the calendar

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day


    - peak cinema

    even though i wanted to terminate the kid myself it still ended up being a surreal experience and i think i understand movies now

  • They Live

    They Live


    “I’m giving you a choice. Either put on these glasses or start eating that trash can.”

    Lots of great one-liners and features an on-screen brawl that lasts longer than the average overlong SNL skit. An iconic story of a man who’s unable to convince anybody to try on a pair of sunglasses.

  • The 355

    The 355

    thin on plot, thicc on women

  • The Last Picture Show

    The Last Picture Show


    Set in an austere, nondescript, post-war era, in a frontier town in the deep heart of Texas, where the rise of cinema and TV become much immense and more colorful on the screen with CinemaScope and VistaVision, there appears to be merely three outlets for the film’s youth to have a diversion from the greyness of actuality: a pool hall, a cafe, and a small cinema, which are all run by Sam The Lion, who besides this, seems to influence…