I don’t know, I just miss when foreign horror movies would knock the pants off of midnight-madness crowds at fests, and Screen Gems would dutifully swoop in to produce an awful PG-13 remake for the first week of January starring whichever CW star was the hot girl du jour. I deserved to get away from my family at the end of a holiday visit for a 12:25pm matinee of ‘Raw’ (2019) starring Lili Reinhart, with a customary 21% on Rotten Tomatoes and clocking in at a tight 87 minutes. I deserved it 😔
Every! Little! Detail! ***Flawless!
Just picked up Inventory Press’s annotated screenplay, and really impressed with the publication. A faithful rendering interspersed with stills, plus a deleted-scenes addendum. I’m grateful to have it handy as a reference while I’m writing, and I wish more modern classics received such an invaluable companion piece (that isn’t a $100 coffee table book.)
Me, when my friends recommend true crime content I’m not interested in watching: America’s fascination with exploiting victims has gone too far. You need to check your consumption of such ugliness and question whether you’re taking advantage of other people’s pain for your own passive entertainment. It’s a disease in our culture and it honestly makes me sick.
Me, watching true crime content I am interested in: ...y’all hear sumn
In the interest of full disclosure, I should say that this is not just my second time watching ‘Lady Bird.’ Though I couldn’t have guessed it last November, this film about a girl that hates California has become my safe haven from the semi-frequent moments of despair in my first few months of living in California (SoCal though, not Sacramento.)
After tonight’s, let’s say, “mixed” results in the midterm elections, I figured I’d log this rewatch for safe measure.