Baby baby driver. All I'm after rn is comfort viewing - I can barely make it through a half hour show. I'd remembered half of this vividly, and the rest was as if it were new. Aging well (unlike Gary).
Impressive on every level, and easily one of the best horror films (and one of the best films about sex) of the last whenever. This is a compelling, intelligent, beautifully written and lovingly presented film that leverages the history and the potential of the genre to maximum effect. Unlike most horror flicks I've seen for a long time it has a real story to tell - about the complicated nature of people, places, urban decay, class, societal expectations, friendship, desire and so on. I like this so much that I'm going to open a new university course I'm writing with it. Academia!