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  • The Little Mermaid
  • All About Eve
  • Moonstruck
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  • Blonde

    ★★★★★

  • The Munsters

    ★★★★

  • House of 1000 Corpses

    ★★★★

  • Evil Dead

    ★★★★

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  • Blonde

    Blonde

    ★★★★★

    What business of yours is my life?

    For me, Blonde feels like a dream—and I do mean that literally. Andrew Dominik's adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' stunning novel weaves its way through the oft-harrowing story as if we're witnessing it in sleep: visions of an unknowable woman bravely surviving an inconceivable life, ricocheting between lowest lows and highest highs for as long as she can. Memories, wishes, fears, fact, and fiction swirling into one another until we're startled awake, left…

  • The Munsters

    The Munsters

    ★★★★

    All I ask is that we spend the rest of my lives growing disgracefully old together.

    Rob Zombie's delightful Munsters prequel (brilliant choice of staging there) is a technicolor, Transylvanian-set dreamscape that positively oozes reverence for the classic series. He's been working towards bringing it to life for so long now, seeing him finally, gloriously succeed alongside god-tier production designers Juci Szurdi & Zsuzsa Mihalek, costumers Tóth András Dániel & Godena-Juhász Attila, and veteran players like Sheri, Phillips, and Roebuck (particularly sensational)…

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  • Crashing

    Crashing

    ★★★★

    Oh and, um, I’m not fucking stupid.

    PWB is, simply, one of the most talented writers alive. Bleakest drama or lightest comedy, shattering heartbreak or screaming hilarity, she nails it every time, without fail (if she ever did, I'm convinced the world would finally end). Crashing is one of those utter delights that is so supremely enjoyable, it’s almost too easy to watch (I breezed through the entire thing this afternoon). You fall for the entire ensemble instantaneously (Jonathan Bailey…

  • Little Women

    Little Women

    ★★★★★

    Life is too short to be angry at one’s sisters.

    Greta Gerwig's Little Women is the dictionary definition of a "treasure"; it is, simply, exquisite in every way. I have regarded Louisa May Alcott's immortal text as my all-time favorite book for almost two decades now, and this faultless adaptation already means so much to me after one single viewing, my brain isn't quite sure what to do with itself.

    It is, at once, a perfectly crafted time machine back to…