• Men



    Alex Garland has explored sci-fi thriller, but successfully goes full arthouse horror with Men 
    It’s thrillingly bizarre and open to different interpretations. All I know is that Jessie Buckley is probably going to be overlooked coming awards season. 

    I wasn’t expecting it to be so gory, like wtf 😳 Cronenberg, eat your heart out. And yes, this is my favourite Garland to date. More horror please.

  • Elvis



    It’s flashy, bright, loud and wildly fast paced, but the times Baz settles down to explore #Elvis’s thoughts on his career and legacy, the movie really hits a full range of emotions. Austin Butler is a star, embodying the spirit of The King himself. *screams in fangirl*

  • The Black Phone

    The Black Phone


    By means of flashbacks and visual flairs, Scott Derrickson fully fleshes out his supernatural thriller that doesn’t hold back when it comes to fucked up imagery. Hawke and especially McGraw are sublime! #TheBlackPhone is a horrifically good time at the movies.

  • Okja



    I think I’ll just sit here and sob for the next four hours or so ✌️

  • Watcher



    This could’ve been much better, but Maika Monroe stays undefeated.

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    As intriguing as it is disturbingly prophetic, #CrimesOfTheFuture pulls you in with off-the-charts production design, a splendid performance by Seydoux, and world building backed by a fleshed out story that leaves you wanting more.

  • Dashcam


    Eleven needs to chill, like girl please it ain’t that serious.

  • Divines



    I have no words…

    Oulaya Amamra should've gotten all the awards for her performance.

  • Das Boot

    Das Boot


    (Director’s Cut)

    It was a long way to Tipperary indeed…

  • Firestarter



    This is what you get when you blend Push, Logan & Carrie with uninspired writing.

  • Halftime




  • Spiderhead



    A solid Netflix mystery that could’ve worked as an episode of Black Mirror. The third act in particular is the weakest, but luckily the final ten minutes are entertaining AF. Great 70s/80s soundtrack!