Hereditary is one of the best, most effective horror films I’ve ever witnessed. It may be the scariest, too, so my anticipation for director Ari Aster’s sophomore follow-up was through the roof. Midsommar‘s screening started with a bit of technical difficulties, so I became pretty eager as time went by. Once we get through a very intriguing …
I haven’t seen a film this year that’s produced such emotion for me like I have with The Last Black Man in San Francisco.
Hereditary knocks it out of the park with arguably the scariest movie I’ve ever seen.
With Lean on Pete, A24 and director Andrew Haigh leave the smiles at the door and gut-punched me for the rest of the week.
These next films are good enough for many people’s top 10, however I found them to be held back by one too many factors.
Who in the world would’ve guessed The Disaster Artist, a film marketed as a comedy, would have such heart?
Lady Bird excels in many categories and there aren’t enough fingers on both my hands to count the ways I love this film.