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  • Beyoncé: Live at Coachella

    Beyoncé: Live at Coachella


    tag yourself i'm beyonce's left boot, so overwhelmed by the end i'm a crumpled heap around her ankle

  • When The Cradle Falls

    When The Cradle Falls



  • The Monster Club

    The Monster Club


    The wrap around story is absolutely delightful but the segments themselves are absolutely dire.

  • Dreamcatcher



    this film came out when i was 13/14 and the Video Nest has closed down (rip) so the only access I had to new movies was whatever my brother's brought home, I fucking loved Dreamcatcher then and I always think people are TOO harsh on it but revisiting it yes, it does kinda stink but also that first maybe 30 minutes is super good so I cannot renounce this entirely I'm afraid.

    I'm glad Jason Lee is a super Scientologist now so I don't have to see him in anything.

  • Switch



    i would literally die for ellen barkin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Love Potion No. 9

    Love Potion No. 9


    this would be a five star film if u eliminated tate donovan from it

  • The Nostril Picker

    The Nostril Picker


    this film is grim but i'm still thinking about it hours later. i think it redeems itself by the protagonist being so unequivocally pathetic which is the right tone to take. it's an interesting premise and suuuuuuuper sleazy. honestly i'm surprised this won me over. hollie is totally right, this feels like a maniac homage but i'd also like to add with a smidgen of street trash thrown in.

  • Lying Eyes

    Lying Eyes


    i saw this and i was like DUDE NICE, SOMEONE MADE A REVERSE BUNNYBOILER MOVIE?! but actually the sexual predator married man having an affair doesn't end up being the bunnyboiler hahaha how could i be so silly. but also remember that the reverse bunnyboiler movie DOES exist and its called Stalked By My Doctor and that's all I have to say.

  • The Carpenter

    The Carpenter


    The Carpenter is a total soft focus dreamfest that isn't really like any other horror movie I've seen from the late 80s. It's a fantastical story and really just brings something unique despite it's shlocky premise.

  • Living Dark: The Story of Ted the Caver

    Living Dark: The Story of Ted the Caver


    ted the caver was one of the first things that really turned me on to horror it pretty much blew my mind back in 2001 but i'm always a glutton and i want things absolutely spelled out for me you know which is how you end up paying 2 quid for a ted the caver movie off youtube lmao, why do i do this to myself

  • F*&% the Prom

    F*&% the Prom


  • Soylent Green

    Soylent Green


    ive been too sad to watch films recently but i can't let youtube auto play serial killer documentaries all night because it's giving me weird dreams. i decided to return to film with the cheerful soylent green, for some unknown reason only my inner self is privy to, but obviously i didn't enjoy this because films made in the 70s and charlton heston are two of my red flags!!!!