• American Psycho

    American Psycho


    a few quick thoughts: i should really read american psycho, hollywood give more screenplays to women directors challenge, and to the people commenting ‘patrick bateman draws the line at antisemitism’ umm watch the movie again maybe bc i think the illusion of patrick bateman has you tricked. lots to think about, very obsession worthy

  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland

    The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland

    damn they put elmo through the fuckin wringer for this one

  • The House

    The House


    i understand the ‘dark’ element but maybe i need to be swedish to understand the ‘comedy’ bit. it’s three visually beautiful fucked up little tales about how you can become trapped and how you can break free. the credits have a song that song that sums it up that it is what it is and nothing more

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    i would rather be hung as a witch than have my pussy out in the dirty ass woods; the devil works hard but lesbians work harder 😈; i’m relieved that they managed to tie up their narrative but this maybe should have been split into a miniseries instead of three barely cinema length movies

  • The Muppets: Flowers on the Wall

    The Muppets: Flowers on the Wall

    they’re in love and it’s beautiful and it’s messy and it’s groundbreaking and it really wouldn’t be all that problematic if it weren’t for capitalism (took a break from watching the fear streets to watch this)

  • Fear Street: 1978

    Fear Street: 1978


    again would rather have a kid go crazy and hack me into bits than have sex in a nasty ass cabin; still annoying characters but this time it’s annoying characters played by decent actors; let’s go for part three baby, i’m a completionist to a fault 🙃

  • Fear Street: 1994

    Fear Street: 1994


    i would literally rather be brutally murdered by some oggie boogie witch magic than have sex in my old high school; fine and nothing more but… i’m feeling silly feeling stupid might as well fuck around and watch the other two 🤪

  • Selma



    it is incredibly difficult to make a good biopic that keeps to the facts of history without becoming a documentary but takes enough liberties to make a dynamic narrative and i think Ava DuVernay does a fantastic job finding that balance. there’s some scenes that feel gross (lots of lingering on violence that feels wrong) and some of the dialog feels off because they’re trying to insert history lessons into the script but overall it’s one of the better mlk films. particularly great to see more mlk speeches than just the i have a dream speech and including transcripts of the fbi files on mlk

  • The Happytime Murders

    The Happytime Murders


    screaming and crying and throwing up at the idea that if brian henson is involved in future projects it’s gonna be shit like this and not another muppet movie; i’m truly inconsolable there are no words to fully describe how bad this is, watching this is a form of self harm

  • Muppet Treasure Island

    Muppet Treasure Island


    so genuinely happy that this movie exists and is damn near perfect, so incredibly distraught that this is probably the last genuinely good muppet movie

  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer

    The Killing of a Sacred Deer


    🎉 Happy New Year luvs, this movie is evil 🎉

  • Follow That Bird

    Follow That Bird

    this film highlights the fact that america can only heal when we as a nation can realize that cities and rural areas have vibrant communities full of people who are ready to help their fellow man and suburbs are lifeless hellscapes where multiethnic utopias go to die