I will probably marry the first person who can play la vie en rose on a ukulele.
Fire Walk with me is a completely new experience after The Return. The first half hour, which I liked better only the second time, I have now incredibly loved the third time and after the limited series. It just shows what a genius Lynch is and what TV series can do.
The Laura part was already like the first two times just great. (If great is the right word for it)
I can assure you that I never got such goose bumps in my life when the credits came.
I have never been so unsettled and at the same time so excited, so speechless and yet so full of anxiety.
The last 5 minutes are probably more emotional, creepy and dark than anything I've seen so far.
A film that borrows from other films in the right places but always tells enough of its own to make these already brilliant psychological films even more complex.
It doesn't just blindly play out one effect after another, it doesn't rely on a body horror factor, it ramps it up but in doing so it ties in Nina and her past. That and so much more characterizes this masterpiece and I am fully convinced that no one could put the…
I am in love with every second of this film.
Robert Eggers is, for me, the best horror director of the 2000s. I'm happy every time I accidentally come across an interview with him. I'm happy every time I see a film with Anya Taylor-Joy and I'm also happy when I see the crew behind The Lighthouse at his first film. The VVitch.
It's a short story. A story whose athmosphere is also maybe not as strongly packed as in…