Favorite films

  • The Babadook
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
  • The Shining
  • Perfect Blue

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  • Attack on Titan: No Regrets

  • Attack on Titan: A Sudden Visitor - The Torturous Curse of Adolescence

  • Attack on Titan: Distress

  • Malignant

    ★★★

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  • Attack on Titan: No Regrets

    Attack on Titan: No Regrets

    Would honestly consider giving this 5 stars if I rated ovas. Hands down, these are my two favorite episodes of the entire show so far. While I really enjoyed the first two seasons for the interesting world and story, the lack of deeper characterization is what holds the show back from being something I love. But No Regrets is exactly what I want Attack on Titan to be, mixing thrilling action with moral quandaries and emotional stakes. Levi gets so…

  • Attack on Titan: A Sudden Visitor - The Torturous Curse of Adolescence

    Attack on Titan: A Sudden Visitor - The Torturous Curse of Adolescence

    i didn't know i needed this ova in my life, now i wish Attack on Titan was just anime Masterchef with titans

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  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return

    ★★★★★

    What more can I add to the conversation about The Return? Certainly not answers, but I don't think they're necessary anyways. I tried writing a few drafts of this review, and I didn't feel that any of them captured the exact feeling I got from experiencing this show, or the feeling of the show itself. No amount of hyperbole or explanation can detail the emotions I am still feeling right now while I'm typing this while listening to Laura Palmer's…

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    ★★★★★

    Whenever I watch a movie that deeply touches me, I always look at my surroundings differently. I mean, everything around me just looks alien to me, like I'm experiencing something entirely fresh and new. And I will put this up there with many of my favorite films that did just the same. Yeah, technically speaking, this is a maybe a perfect film. But movies are designed for one thing: to move people. So once again, thank you Charlie Kaufman and Michel Gondry. You truly moved me.