• The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    ★★★½

    understands that the insane should be met with insanity. stretch yelling “are you mad at me?” at leatherface is a top final girl line. almost expected to hear her DJ the ramones’ “chain saw” on the radio. 

    35mm.

  • Office Killer

    Office Killer

    ★★★½

    Carol Kane… love that crazy bitch. but why did Doreen remind me of at least 3 white women I know…

    35mm.

  • Friday the 13th Part 2

    Friday the 13th Part 2

    ★★★

    horny and hilarious; Jason's clumsiness makes it feel like a parody but i'm a Halloween H20 apologist for the same reason.

    35mm.

  • Jackass 4.5

    Jackass 4.5

    another masterpiece, I fear

  • Ferny & Luca

    Ferny & Luca

    Andrew’s smile lights up my world fr

  • Friend

    Friend

    ★★★

    Korean insults are so creative it’s never “are you deaf?” it’s “did you nail a dick to your ear?” 귀에 좆 박았냐?

  • Simone Barbès or Virtue

    Simone Barbès or Virtue

    ★★★½

    scorpios with their infidelity

  • Rapture

    Rapture

    ★★★½

    cinema at its most haunting. but why was it giving artist brother in Wedding Crashers...

    35mm.

  • Someone I Touched

    Someone I Touched

    sat in the back row just thinking ‘wow i really got a theater full of people watch this’; taking this one step closer to syphilis canon status

  • The Craven Sluck

    The Craven Sluck

    liberate me from this hell that is my life 👅

    16mm.

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future

    ★★★

    unmistakably cronenbergian — an amalgam of his filmography in a way — yet i feel it doesn’t work that well narratively, as a movie, beyond the ideas.

  • Vengeance Is Mine

    Vengeance Is Mine

    ★★★★

    Twice, hair-cutting is used as a form of abuse. Both times it is very harrowing, but the blade never punctures the skin. That's the fine line Roemer walks throughout this melodrama. It is sleepy and mundane but with every burst of drama, it thwarts expectations (reminds me of something Mike Leigh said at a Q&A the other day, that he doesn't make genre films; he makes emotional ones). Upon learning that this film used to be called "Haunted," I remembered…