• The Babadook

    The Babadook

    It says everything about the kind of year that I’m having that the first movie I watched in 2022 was…. The Babadook. Manifesting a big yummy bowl of worms sometime in the next 12 months.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Their year’s Christmas miracle is that I stayed online a normal amount this last week and still managed to avoid a single spoiler about this movie. In order to keep that magic alive my lips are sealed, but god I love Spider-Man.

  • Home Sweet Home Alone

    Home Sweet Home Alone

    Disney was remaking one of the most universally adored Christmas films of all-time and when they were deciding who should play the main character they somehow landed on prepubescent Ricky Gervais. That’s really all you need to know.

  • Sinister


    This was miles better than I thought it would be based on the extremely generic title and poster, but more than that it was probably the scariest horror movie I have seen in years. I’m trying to think of the last time a piece of media freaked me out and unsettled me as much as this one did and the only that even comes clothes is the music video for Shivers by Ed Sheeran.

  • Spencer


    I had prepared myself to like this less on a second viewing and if anything I’m just further convinced that this is the best movie of the year I genuinely might see it four times in the cinema.

  • About Endlessness

    About Endlessness

    76 minutes is maybe the sexiest runtime ever ily Roy Andersson <3

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    Watched this in the most Wes Anderson way possible - while eating whoppers in a cinema located in the basement of an Italian restaurant. I cannot recommend that experience highly enough.

  • Spencer


    It wouldn’t be a birthday if I didn’t go to the cinema by myself (is 24 too old for Letterboxd? Don’t answer that.) After thinking it over for a while, I’m still a bit conflicted on this one. It would make total sense for me to dislike this movie considering the fact that my attention span for real films has disappeared over the last two years and that most of the movies I enjoy these days feature tiktok stars or…

  • Inside Llewyn Davis

    Inside Llewyn Davis


    I’m aware that I become the most annoying person on the planet when I watch this movie but that’s only because I spent every day between the ages of 13 and 19 being weird and learning every single fact about the New York folk revival of the 1960’s from Wikipedia and I will NEVER apologize for that.

  • My Beautiful Laundrette

    My Beautiful Laundrette

    I have to talk about this movie for two and a half hours in class on Thursday and all I can think to say is nobody has rocked a receding hairline better than Daniel Day Lewis

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    Michael Myers is our modern day Charlie Chaplin. There’s no one else making movies today who can plumb the depths of emotion that he can without you ever seeing any facial expressions. He is a cinematic legend, fashion icon, and undeniable sex symbol. I want to join his cult. Who’s with me?

  • Paranormal Activity

    Paranormal Activity

    Does anybody remember the trailers for this movie with the night vision footage of people watching this in cinemas and like passing out from fear? I saw those with my little brother once and told him that this movie killed somebody and he believed that for like seven years