teenalphabro

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  1. Bloodsport: JCVD in his prime is extremely good, as is this. The Shadow: Haven't seen it in years, and it was due for a rewatch. Still holds really well. Films Watched: 25
  2. Tremors: This movie fuckin rules. Films Watched: 23
  3. Doctor Sleep: It's still really good, but I think I'm gonna give it a little while before I rewatch it again. Films Watched: 22
  4. VFW: This one's been on my watchlist for a hot minute. It's really good, too. Films Watched: 21
  5. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse: Watched it yesterday and it's. Kinda okay. Films Watched: 20
  6. The Loved Ones: Haven't seen this in ages. It still holds up, weirdly. Films Watched: 19
  7. Blue Velvet: David Lynch is good, who knew? Films Watched: 18
  8. Stir of Echoes: This was really good! Turns out, Kevin Bacon's a good actor, who knew. Films Watched: 17
  9. Brawl in Cell Block 99: I have some quibbles with it, but overall, this was spectacular. Films Watched: 16
  10. The House of the Devil: First time viewing. It's a solid movie, with a banger ending. Highly recommended. Films Watched: 15
  11. Honestly, I don't even know why it hasn't gone up already.
  12. 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
  13. It continues to amaze me that the Saw guy is directing really banger movies.
  14. Sidenote, the main Mulan actress came out against the Hong Kong protests, so like: maybe don't go see that.
  15. The Exorcist 3: Probably the best one? Brad Dourif is easily the best part of this movie. Films Watched: 13