I really enjoyed this doc, it's an engaging and emotional watch. And honestly just as enjoyable as Free Solo. I enjoyed both films, if I dare say. This one focuses a bit more on the psychological aspect, and I like the creative filmmaking choices that keep it interesting (nice montages and storytelling). And I really appreciated all the technical stuff they include, the cool graphics, and how detailed it gets diving into the climbing specifics. It's a great companion piece…
I finished watching all 18 of these Love Death + Robots short films on Netflix and they're INCREDIBLE. All of them. Loved every single one. So much unbridled creativity, all out violence & sex & action & crazy sci-fi galore, incredibly entertaining in both intellectual + visual ways. I am consistently blown away by the quality, the world in every one feels fully lived in. Every single one looks and sounds better than I thought it would.
My favorites: Zima Blue is fucking…
Luca reigns!! OMFG, you guys. OMFG. You have no idea how much this is going to fuck you all up forever.
I really don't even know where to begin with Suspiria. The Kubrick comparisons I heard beforehand are accurate. There's so much to unpack, and analyze, and discuss. Take your time. We have the rest of this year, and the next few years, to talk about it at length. Just don't miss it. See this film.
Holllllyyyyyy shittttttt Us totally RULES! Omfg! This is some seriously dark, Twilight Zone-esque, horror mindfuckery. Damnnnn, Jordan Peele you mad scientist of cinema. This film is going to be analyzed & pulled apart & discussed for a long, long time. I honestly need to see it again right away, there's so much to think about that will hopefully come together on a second viewing. And I mean that in a good way.
It's not perfect, and there's a few bumps in the…