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    Who Killed Lara Palmer?
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  1. Honestly, I don't even know why it hasn't gone up already.
  2. Friday the 13th Part 2: All the Friday movies through Jason Takes Manhatten recently got put up on Shudder. So, fuck it, everything's in quarantine, might as well go through them all. Films Watched: 14
  3. It continues to amaze me that the Saw guy is directing really banger movies.
  4. Sidenote, the main Mulan actress came out against the Hong Kong protests, so like: maybe don't go see that.
  5. The Exorcist 3: Probably the best one? Brad Dourif is easily the best part of this movie. Films Watched: 13
  6. Fucking amen, it's already finished.
  7. Southern Comfort: It's a decent B+ movie. Films Watched: 12
  8. The Serpent and the Rainbow: Wes Craven was extremely good at making upper-mid tier B-Movies, tbh. This one's very good, but it's got some real 80s stink on it at various points. All in all, though, pretty good. Films Watched: 11
  9. Smokey and the Bandit: I needed a little pick-me-up after being sick. This movie? Still fuckin slaps. Films Watched: 10
  10. I'm a mix of howling from the treetops like a fucking jackal and really nervous about this.
  11. The Invisible Man: The Elizabeth Moss movie that's just come out, and. As a victim of gaslighting, emotional abuse, and manipulation from a figure of authority, this movie hit really, really hard. I won't say the ending, but I take great solace in how it ended. Just a really, really good movie. Films Watched: 9
  12. The Matrix: This might be my goodbye to this film, tbh. While I enjoyed watching it, I don't really know if I'm ever going to rewatch it after this. It is some real goofy fun, but every time I rewatch it, I get less and less out of it. Films Watched: 8
  13. The Nice Guys: It's been ages since I've seen this, and it's still really solid. Films Watched: 8