as a russian figure skater, i don’t really know much at all about drugs. i have a chance at going to the olympics one day and i really don’t think i can risk ruining that just because i’m vaguely intrigued by the idea of taking some mushrooms and meeting some entities from another dimension, you know? but i’m not an idiot and i know that drug experiences aren’t what the movies portray them as. i think there are two great films that convey the idea of what drugs are probably like: enter the void, and that terrible beatles musical across the universe.
there isn’t a lot to say about either, honestly. one is a good trip and one is a bad trip. i think it’s likely that my bad trip would involve some kind of sexual encounter with paz de la huerta but she is actually my sister and it’s all a huge mess. i don’t know.
this movie isn’t great. okay, fine, i hate it. we’re heading into a global recession and scarcity awaits us, what will happen if we somehow experience a shortage of colorful lighting equipment? what will edgy directors make then? probably something grey and dull like a fucking ilias lambrou movie. like we mentioned before, ilias lambrou should quit cinema. ilias lambrou should quit cinema and do some acid. gaspar noe can keep going.
great double feature with detective pikachu. not as good as evolution (2015) but better than any music video britney spears has ever made, including her hostage-style instagram dance videos. paz de la huerta is a fucking angel. i met her at the chateau marmont once and she showed me a burn she'd sustained during a wax and i've thought of her at least once a week since then. enter the void is almost 3 hours long. it doesn't fly by. it feels like it's almost 7 hours long. if you eat an edible beforehand, it's even better. i'm watching my figure so i just prefer to deprive myself of all food for 48 hours beforehand so i enter a natural state of delirium.
i wish more directors would shoot scenes from inside a vagina. maybe that's where the favourite (2018) fell flat.