Carrie’s 25 favorite films, and why

My favorite, having not changed since I was a young girl, haha; it’s absolutely ridiculous


First saw this mockumentary sometime in high school and it still makes me laugh, it’s so silly


Has remained a favorite since I first saw this in middle school; emotionally gripping, ethical


This one really intrigued me during my Southern Gothic phase; creepy and neo-noir like I like it


Who doesn’t value this one’s importance? Dystopian but tough at the same time


Hmm, I’ll leave it up to those who’ve seen it; very surreal and subconscious, and sexy


Can’t leave my childhood favorite out; I dreamt of Never Never Land . . . and the mermaid scene!


Really fascinating and visually stunning and shocking; a definite Autumn favorite


The most ridiculous nonsense film and I saw it very, very young, haha


Another ridiculous favorite; you can kind of gauge my sense of humor by now, it’s nonsense


The ultimate late-night double-feature picture-show 👄


It’s just a lot of fun killin’ na’nzis


I was completely obsessed by the first viewing of this as a teen; total Evil Dead nerd for life; pure gorey camp


Another childhood favorite full of innuendo (and I love innuendo)


Emotionally gripping film for me; I find it a very important commentary on civil and social rights


Pretty damn accurate portrayal of how “normal” bipolar disorder can be; not too melodramatic or “psychotic”


I get my surrealism fix with David Lynch


Was surprised that Jordan Peele was responsible for this kind of surrealism; it will definitely creep you out


Definitely unsettling in that surreal, into-your-subconscious way; weird and bizarre


This is just more pure dystopian fun


Philosophical satire— what’s not to love?


Surrealism and “true” crime is a good time


A mind-f@#!, making you question your whole reality


More surreal, dystopian ridiculousness/camp


Had to include a Polanski film to round out all my love of psychological surrealism

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