I’m so impressed with Charlie Plummer. I hope we see a lot more of him.
I got to watch two of my favorite movies today and it was honestly great.
Wanted to revisit this before Bergman’s centennial and I figured today would be my only chance. God, this movie’s amazing. Like there are some great films and then there are some great films.
This was my very first Bergman and I was completely taken by surprise. The tone seemed so modern, despite being made fifty years ago. It definitely caused me to fall in love…
I’m watching this before going to Denver next week because we’ll be visiting the Stanley Hotel, where Stephen King wrote the original book. I wanted all the extra context I could get (I know Kubrick didn’t base his hotel off of this, but still).
Everything...and I mean everything about this movie is perfect. The slow, steady cinematography. The haunting music. The unsettling performances every actor gives. Everything.
A definitive horror movie and a definitive movie in general. Anyone who gives…