Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Eraserhead
  • Stalker
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

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  • The Innocents

    The Innocents


    Halloween 2021: Between Horror, Fear, and Beauty

    The Innocents (1961) is a British psychological horror movie directed and produced by Jack Clayton, based on the 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw by the American novelist Henry James. The screenplay was first adapted by William Archibald that was primarily based on his own screenplay from his 1950 stage play, also called, The Innocents. This first version was based on the premise that the ghosts were real. Luckily director Jack Clayton…

  • The Goonies

    The Goonies

    Is The Goonies perfect? No. Is it a work of high art? No, not really. Instead The Goonies gives me something rarer, something no other film I will watch in the future will give me, nostalgia.

    The Goonies has this childlike quality of wonder, and as I watched it many times as a kid, it perfectly fulfilled my need for adventure and excitement. As a kid it felt like the movie had the perfect balance between funny and scary. I…

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  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    "The old way... with a sledge! You see, that way's better. They die better that way."

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is an exploitation masterpiece. The story is fairly simple. It's about a group of young adult stranded in the middle of Texas, looking for gas. While searching they stumble upon the house of Leatherface.

    From the moment that Leatherface (inspired by Ed Gein) comes out of nowhere, in broad daylight, this movie is nothing but balls to the wall non-stop…

  • Wayne's World

    Wayne's World


    "I once thought I had mono for an entire year. It turned out I was just really bored."

    Wayne’s World is excellent. It feels like a mix between 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' (1989) and 'UHF' (1989). While not as funny and a bit dated, it had some great jokes, like the Scooby-Doo ending, the product placement skits and the terminator reference.

    It's a 80s cult classic, made in the 90s! Highly recommended if you're into Mike Myers comedies and in for some stupid fun.