Melancholia is emotionally harder to get through, but I think Antichrist is probably the most stunning and beautiful thing that Lars Von Trier has made. 

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

(Source: scumsberg)

Things that really need a blu ray release
  1. stalker
  2. the muppet show
  3. the x files
  4. cache

Maybe I’m just a total bummer but I thought Easy A was a predictable and cringeworthy Mean Girls ripoff. And that’s saying something because I think Mean Girls is a predictable and cringeworthy load of nonsense

(Source: scorsesefilms)

Yes, starting an X-Files run right before school starts up is a bad idea. No, I don’t really give a shit. 

The Great Muppet Caper (1981) Dir. Jim Henson
134/365 (rewatch)
While not quite as charming as the first one, The Great Muppet Caper perhaps has more jokes. I love the bit about Kermit and Fozzie being twins. Shout out to The Muppets for having outstanding representation in female and POC characters! 

The Great Muppet Caper (1981) Dir. Jim Henson

134/365 (rewatch)

While not quite as charming as the first one, The Great Muppet Caper perhaps has more jokes. I love the bit about Kermit and Fozzie being twins. Shout out to The Muppets for having outstanding representation in female and POC characters! 

The Muppet Movie (1979) Dir. Jim Henson
133/365 (rewatch)
Few things cheer me up the way the muppets do. 

The Muppet Movie (1979) Dir. Jim Henson

133/365 (rewatch)

Few things cheer me up the way the muppets do. 

Anchorman (2004) Dir. Adam Mckay
132/365
This is probably my favorite Will Ferrel movie that John C Reilly isn’t in. 

Anchorman (2004) Dir. Adam Mckay

132/365

This is probably my favorite Will Ferrel movie that John C Reilly isn’t in. 

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Dir. Wes Anderson
131/365
This is perhaps the tightest film I have ever seen. Every aspect is controlled, and it comes together as a beautiful diorama. The miniature work is what really stood out for me, it represents Anderson stepping out of his comfort zone and doing some really cool stuff. Fuck the haters. 

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Dir. Wes Anderson

131/365

This is perhaps the tightest film I have ever seen. Every aspect is controlled, and it comes together as a beautiful diorama. The miniature work is what really stood out for me, it represents Anderson stepping out of his comfort zone and doing some really cool stuff. Fuck the haters.