For a long time, I thought there was no way I could possibly write about my favorite film of all time because I felt like there was nothing I could say that would do it justice. Then I realized, you know, that it doesn’t really matter what I say about it because this film speaks for itself. It is a perfect movie in every way and everything about it is well, perfect. The direction, the camerawork, the score, the lighting,…
Love, love, love this! So glad I got it in before the end of the year because it’s definitely one of the best movies I’ve seen in a while and best of 2021 for sure.
As many horror movies as I watch, it might be odd to know that I really don’t pay attention to what’s coming out and what’s new. I used to be 110% on top of every bit of horror movie news until I realized that the…
I couldn’t remember if I had seen this in the theater, but it came out in 2005 so I probably caught it on DVD because I was in school by then and going out was kinda off the table for the sake of grades.
Anyway, it’s a beautifully dreary movie with constant rain and I do love that. You really only get that on the east coast and I miss it. Jennifer Connelly gives an amazing performance as expected and…
A delightfully atmospheric Nordic horror film, which happens to be one of my favorite horror sub genres! It’s almost impossible not to have downbeat vibes with the naturally cold grey atmosphere. I loved how there are two separate but equally intriguing stories that slowly tie together. I really didn’t see how they were going to tie, but they did.
The lead actor is basically Iceland’s version of Michael Shannon and that’s never a bad thing.
Absolutely the best miniseries I have ever seen. Possibly the best miniseries ever made and yes I am absolutely serious.
Everything in this was the best choice. The whole thing continuously impressed me, but that ending to episode 5 slapped my ass right across the room. Across the goddamn room. The entirety of episode 6 should and will be examined in film schools from here on. Episode 10 gave me so many intense feelings including some that I usually don’t…
This was much better than I was expecting it to be! I can’t believe so many people are comparing this to the original when not even the actual original sequel tried to do that? Like did y’all forget that Tobe himself knew there was no point trying to recreate the tone of his own work so he went in the completely opposite direction?
There were plenty of terrific tense moments and more than a couple of scenes that totally caught…