Let’s get this out of the way 2022’s The Batman is by far my favorite adaptation of the character, spanning a decades long history of different stories, characters, and interpretations spanning the vast multiverse that is DC. The Batman is my favorite DC film, and an early contender for one of my favorite films of this year. Which is wild to say to say least, … Continue reading The Batman Is The Best Comic Book Film to Date.
Censor is a claustrophobic film and the underrated horror film of 2021 Continue reading Censor, A Confining and Claustrophobic Film
So I’ve always been a big fan of the Saw franchise ever since I watched the first film as a kid. There was something enticing about characters being killed as a punishment rather than being lambs to the slaughter. The film’s idea mixed the philosophy of John Doe from Se7en and the menacingly mechanical monstrosities of Cube in a thriller film. That same film series … Continue reading Spiraling Into Madness with Spiral: From The Book Of Saw
Every once in awhile when I’ve been down and about I like to watch a comfort film, regardless of quality. I just wanted to take some time to talk about a few of my comfort films that I enjoy watching, you’ve probably seen most of these or all of these and that’s okay. Give them another watch sometime yeah? To make this a little more … Continue reading 10 Films I Watch For Comfort
So after binge watching Saw 1-8 I kept thinking to myself about something intresting. This franchise, despite having eight movies, two games, a ton of iconic moments, iconic characters, and a mark on pop culture that will make most shiver at the thought of waking up and hearing “Let’s play a game,” the film never really had anything to say until the eigth film Jigsaw. … Continue reading A Dumb Idea For A Saw Sequel (and also an unprofessional analysis of the Saw Franchise)