Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

I’ve never seen a film like “Koyaanisqatsi”. It is pure cinematic poetry, a film composed entirely of montage, inviting viewers to interpret theme out of their reading of the visuals and the structure they’re presented in, rather than directly present any message. I found the film eminently moving. The film does give some indication as…

It Follows (2014)

I prefaced my review of “The Babadook” by saying I don’t like the horror genre and actively avoid it, but was stunned by how great of a film that was. I had the same reaction to “It Follows”. While I don’t think it’s thematic content and coherency is as strong as that of “The Babadook”,…