• Enter the Void

    Enter the Void

    This shit hits different on mushrooms

  • Unfriended: Dark Web

    Unfriended: Dark Web



  • Game Night

    Game Night

    This movie is sometimes stupid neolib bullshit but mostly lit as fuck

  • My Name Is Not Ali

    My Name Is Not Ali

    Really lays bare how Fassbinder simultaneously embodies and condemns racism with Fear Eats the Soul. While it was celebrated as progressive back then, it‘s also a film whose black main character is not more than a paperthin projection space for every other character in the film and a person that essentially gets dehumanized and fetishized.

    It‘s also actually really hard to see so much confident racism come out of the mouths of Irm Hermann and Fassbinders peers and to realize that Fassbinder was actually a complete asshole and probably a pedophilia enabler, who got away with everything just because of his talent as a filmmaker.

  • Jaws


    Honestly...the shark has done nothing wrong, just an appetite and I respect that with all my heart

  • Tongues Untied

    Tongues Untied


    I have recently realized how much severe, but also weirdly surrendering self-hate I carry within myself. I honestly don‘t find myself desirable, or attractive and I got used to thinking that about myself. I really find myself pathetic when I have the need to feel myself, posting images of me on social media - and often I start to think that I should stop expecting anything from others and just live without sex or love, just letting my self-despisal rest…

  • Paris Is Burning

    Paris Is Burning

    Since I joined ballroom, it‘s fascinating to see how people in the scene despise Jennie Livingston, who might be the first one to actively exploit the aesthetic of ballroom. The film itself is seen as a somewhat caricatured, fictionalized version of the actual scene, which was much more rough. Livingston definitely pulled an asshole move by cutting ties with her protagonists and keeping the financial success of the film to herself, after she entered the spaces of queer bipoc as…

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion


    The endpoint of the ego as the endpoint of all humanity. The third impact sequence is one of the most stimulating, maddening and haunting moments in the history of cinema. One of the few films to always make me break down sobbing, because it goes deeper and darker than anything else

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Vile, delusional

  • The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen

    Guy Ritchie got really pathetic with age huh

  • So They Say

    So They Say

    Ayo Akingbade immediately jumped on my list of directors to watch out for

  • From the Reports of Security Guards & Patrol Services – Part One

    From the Reports of Security Guards & Patrol Services – Part One

    Giant, corporate owned spaces populated by hopeless, ignored people. This is the world we live in.