teenalphabro

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  1. Honestly, I’d rather see one of these as the cops cleaning up crime scenes and investigating than what they were doing beforehand. Cause honestly? Never seeing the games in process, only the aftermath, is way scarier
  2. I’m more interested if it’s still on track to be a horror movie
  3. Videodrome: it’s still really good, especially when watched with your eyes unfocused. Films watched: 7
  4. The Color Out Of Space: Fuck. Fuck? Fuck! It's so good!!!!!!!!!! Films Watched: 6
  5. Uncut Gems: while I like this movie a whole fuckin lot, I think it’s like. Just great? And not the most perfect thing ever? That said, it’s really great. And I can’t believe I’m saying that about a Sandler joint. Films Watched: 5
  6. Congrats, Molly. And welcome to The Trans Experience.
  7. Streets of Fire: it’s pretty good, tbh. Everything’s a bit wooden, but other than that, it’s good. Films watched: 4
  8. ARQ: It's a Netflix Original joint. Holds up pretty well from the last time I watched it. Films Watched: 3
  9. I'm cautiously optimistic about this. It looks interesting, but. I don't know, my gut's telling me to be worried about this. At the same time, tho, I want to go and see this thing.
  10. Ringu: First time I watched the Japanese version. I liked it, generally, although I feel like I enjoy the American version more. Films Watched: 2
  11. Mandy: Wanted to start the year off with a fuckin banger. Films Watched: 1
  12. I don't really believe in the whole 'your best is different from your favorite' thing, so I'm just doing this as one list: 2010: Shutter Island 2011: Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol 2012: Resolution 2013: Evil Dead 2014: Nightcrawler 2015: Mad Max: Fury Road 2016: Green Room 2017: Atomic Blonde 2018: Mandy (Also best of the decade) 2019: Us
  13. I know I'm late to the discussion, but the Watchmen HBO series is just absolutely *chef's kiss*.
  14. Knives Out: It's kinda like the slightly worse, white person version of Sorry To Bother You, if that makes any sense. Basically: I enjoyed it, but I doubt I'll be going back to it with any regularity. Films Watched: 54
  15. Don't Breathe: Watched it last night, and honestly? It's really good. Films Watched: 53
  16. The Ring: The first American remake. It actually holds up super well, considering it's an American remake of a Japanese film. Films Watched: 52
  17. The Stepfather: It's. Fine? Terry O'Quinn is awesome in it, but other than that, it's okay. Films Watched: 51
  18. You Might Be The Killer: It's. Standard? It's basically a comedy horror movie with a very slight twist. But, hey, interesting. Films Watched: 50
  19. Mission Impossible: Fallout: It's another one of those, basically. But, hey, I liked it. Films Watched: 50
  20. John Wick 2: Not nearly as good as the first or third films, I feel. Films Watched: 49
  21. Trainspotting 2: It's pretty decent, tbh. Fairly accurately captures the energy from the first one, I feel. Films Watched: 48
  22. Here's some pretty good news: I'm currently living in a new apartment.
  23. From Beyond: I remember disliking this movie when I watched it ages ago, and I don't know why I did. With this rewatch, I've come to realize that no, actually, it's really good. Films Watched: 47
  24. Hell House III: The Lake of Fire: This series is absolutely idiotic and I completely love it. Films Watched: 46