Sinister (2012)

I've accidentally been on hiatus for some time due to a complicated schedule this semester with my work and school, but I plan on making a FULL resurgence with new blog entries. So, I figure, what better way to get back into my word salad groove than to talk about one of my favorite horror? Without further ado, folks, here's Sinister - one of Ethan Hawke's best performances that I've seen, in my humble opinion. 

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Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022)

My two roommates and I had talked for some time about wanting a night to bond. We were going to dress up and eat at Hooter's, come back and get comfy, and then watch a movie together. One of my roommates suggested Bodies Bodies Bodies and my other roommate crowed with glee. I made the mistake of commenting that I'd never heard of it, much less seen it. Soon as I know it, we got back from eating our Hooters wings and pulled up the quirky and dark comedy horror flick. As a proclaimed horror fanatic. I find myself questioning my perception of slasher films, my least favorite horror broad genre, as this one can be considered one of my favorite A24 films I've seen thus far.

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Barbie (2023)

My oh my, I had several lovely friends request my thoughts for Barbie after I saw it in theatres, dressed clad in a flamboyant pink halter top. In all honesty, I'd been more excited about the hype for the movie. My friends and I got all dressed up, ate some food, and kicked our feet excitedly in the back aisle as we whispered about how Ryan Gosling suddenly seems attractive to us, and how we were curious to see Michael Cera's performance. I didn't expect to leave the theatres teary-eyed. So strap in, because this is QUITE the word salad.

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Purple Hearts (2022)

This Netflix adaptation was quiteeeeee the trip. I watched it thinking it would be a cheesy, shallow drama with political tones and a happy-go-lucky soundtrack. In these types of movies, as long as the plot isn't redundant, and the characters are interesting in their own regard, I can watch with idle mind and appreciate it for what it is. However, that isn't the case with Purple Hearts at all, as it is a try-hard film with weak attempts to act like a peacemaking between different political sides.

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