2)Merriweather Post Pavilion (12.5)
3)The Velvet Underground (11.5)
4)Black Sea (11)
Your old movie post:
Cliffhanger - When I was a kid that scene with the girl dying mortified me; now it seems faintly comical.
The Net - I watched this dozens of times on HBO as a kid; by now it's probably one of the most dated movies imaginable! I sure wish the GUI I was using in 1995 looked like some of the ones Bullock uses in this movie. I thought she was really hot back then, too.
The Silencing - I hope "Jamie Lannister guy" has better luck with this than with Brian De Palma's piece of crap Domino.
Pacific Heights - Matthew Modine beats somebody up? This is a movie that exists?!?
A Quiet Place II - Skipped this; I liked the original but its implausibility grew tiresome and I know lots of people hated it as well as loved it so there.
Cursed - This is where I began to realize I was never really going to like any Craven movie besides the first Scream. Ditto for poor Kevin Williamson.
Winter's Bone - I liked this, but it was because of Lawrence, Hawkes and the atmosphere. Not the plot really.
Snake Eyes - For the first half hour this looks like it's going to be good, but then it plays its hand far too early and the entire last act of the movie had to be hastily redone because of some special effects tidal wave thing that had to be deleted. I don't remember all the details, go look it up. Of course the movie was ruined.
The Crow: Wicked Prayer: Edward Furlong, Tara Reid AND the overrated dumbass from Buffy? SIGN ME UP RIGHT NOW. This has got to be better than Sharknado 5, right?
The House By The Cemetery - That throat-slashing murder you're talking about really is one of the grossest and most disturbingly drawn-out sicko kills I can think of in any given movie. In fact, it's only on the basis of how sick the movie is that I'd recommend it to anyone--otherwise it'd just be senseless retarded poorly made glop!!