i can never remember what things i've watched or read. so here's a full list of everything, no matter how bad it was, along with mini reviews if i have anything to say about it.
for games i've played, check out my profile on backloggery! also any listing before may 2023 might not have a date bc my brain is soup.
oct 2023. mike flanagan changes my brain chemistry once again
oct 2023. lesbian time traveling soulmates on opposing sides of a war? this was my shit i cried at the end
oct 2023. pretty good time travel murder mystery! i like how they did time travel
oct 2023. saw in the theater on friday the 13th! it was so terrible but it was very entertaining
oct 2023. cool sci-fi thriller with interesting worldbuilding
sep 2023. started watching around season 12 with my roommate. as of mid-november, we're starting season 20! olivia benson is my lesbian wife and... sorry for the unpopular opinion but stabler isn't an interesting character to me.
sep 2023. pure poetry all the way through. nearly made me cry. short and sweet and full of emotions.
sep 2023. seen in the theater with my roommates! never seen the first one or any of the other conjuring movies, but it was still enjoyable
aug 2023. trans rights and i cried about it.
aug 2023. its so terrible. its so so bad. objectively this is not a good film. but the aesthetic? immaculate. zydrate anatomy? slaps.
aug 2023. watched season 1 when it first came out, i think. enjoyed it very much! season 2... ehhh. i still love all the characters but i have mixed feelings on where the plot's headed.
jul 2023. first watched as a kid, but rewatched recently. as an autistic kid i related a lot to francoeur. minus one star simply because of the very tacked-on ending scene that very much seems like the director wanted to make sure no one thought lucille was in love with the giant bug man (it's very obvious she's in love with the giant bug man)
jun 2023. seen in the theater! two hours of visual stim bliss. same as the first movie, the animation, characters, soundtrack, story, everything was amazing.
mar 2023. an interesting premise, and nice character dynamics, but it was just a tad bit too boring so we stopped watching.
mar 2023. sometimes watch this when i'm bored with my roommate. 5 stars for every witty dialogue and found family moment. -4 stars for all the racism and islamophobia.
feb 2023. this was a great show, with a lot of great characters. but it ended on a weird note because they expected a second season that didn't happen, which sucked.
2023. ough. this one hit hard. also, lesbianism.
2022. i'm not usually a horror person, but mike flanagan shows always hit different. this was the first show of his i was introduced to and wow, it's so good.
2022. one of the best tv shows of all time. technically watched for the first time a few years earlier, but watched it fully through in 2022 and cried.
2022. an autistic-coded sherlock holmes actually done well! i love joan so much. the cases are always interesting and fun.
jan 2019. amazing animation. chefs kiss. impeccable style, wonderful characters, i love this movie so much.
2017-ish. listen i don't know why this book about a man being stranded on mars is a comfort novel. something something humanity coming together with extraordinary effort just to save one man's life.
2013-ish. with a show this long, obviously i have a lot to say about it and how it's changed over the years. but for now i'll just say that all the doctors are autistic and plural and i love them. peter capaldi's doctor was the first that i watched as the episodes aired, and he'll always hold a special place in my heart for that.
childhood. comfort movie. i love lydia deetz and her ghost family.
childhood. another comfort movie :] my autistic self related a lot to matilda.
childhood. one of my first special interests as a kid!
childhood. so nostalgic. one of my first memories is watching this movie.