1080 MM (the blog) is named after the gold standard of film for reels which originated, as we all know, in 1080 millimeter reels.
“It’s not what a movie is about, it’s how it is about it.”Roger Ebert
What to Watch
Welcome to the first entry of my weekly column, What to Watch, where I go on and on about the weird things I’m watching and how all of you might like to watch them too. Here’s what we’ve got going on for the week of Monday, April 13th: Lucy, The Daughter Of The Devil (Adult […]
I saw Cats. I really don’t know how else to start this, the inaugural review on 1080MM. Except that I saw Cats, ten days ago, and I still do not know what to make of it. I think I had some kind of profound metaphysical spiritual experience. I think I may have transcended a dimension. […]
There’s always been something pretty incredible to me about movies, as a medium. Compared to some other forms of media, films are a multi-sensory experience that can just transport you to another place in time, like… instantly. My life was kind of an inescapable hell for a long time, as a kid, but my parents […]
1080MM is a project from Carey Kirijo (she/they), who is an enormous idiot. They live with their partner and two very sweet cats (Moose & Cake) in Saint Louis, Missouri. You can find their other film criticism on Letterboxd. Twitter: @careykirijo
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