Flickasbord, Volume 10

**Note: The following content has adult wording. Discretion is advised

Every time that I get the inclination to write a Flickasbord entry from here on out, Sydney Sweeney’s character in “Anyone But You” saying “Goddammit” and the tone in which she says it in will pop into my head, with today being one of those instances via me having more Flickuum/Land Of Infusion things fresh on my mind. And of course, with all of that being said, let’s begin.

First up, Sydney Sweeney is actually in the first blurb of this particular docket, as I’m strongly considering making her upcoming movie “Immaculate” a part of my 2024 theatrical tour. Yes, it will be up against strong contenders for The Flickuum Project, but the fact that she’s a fast-rising star in Hollywood makes any movie of hers worth checking out. Plus, given how much more appealing she is than the over-exposed Taylor Swift, she will become more popular than the NFL’s glitch.

Speaking of movies that I’m leaning towards giving a chance to, I’ve decided to add the upcoming Michael Jackson biopic to my 2025 theatrical tour since I got a little bit more familiarity with the King of Pop than I do with the late Amy Winehouse, and I’m seeing the latter’s biopic this calendar year. Plus, music biopics tend to succeed in making The Flickuum, thus that possibly boding well for the Antoine Fuqua-directed biopic.

Pardons from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page have been handed out recently, as “Hard Candy”, “The Last King Of Scotland” and “Nightmare Alley ‘21” have all been deemed to be worthy of re-assessment. Now you can add “Poor Boy” to that list, as both the presence of Amanda Crew and the “Love Lies Bleeding” aesthetic make it a movie that furthers add to the challenge of rounding out the next 78 (or 79) overall guaranteed Flickuum spots.

And finally, there’s a little bit more progress on the “Your Monster” front, as it has made its way to the 2024 Sun Valley Film Festival, which could be a sign of the Melissa Barrera-led movie getting expanded United States distribution sometime this year. And believe me, I will be scouring the internet to find out when that day will come for those of us who have never attended a film festival before.

Alright, time to clear my entire queue of 18 movies that are all up for assessment/re-assessment, starting with potential One Hun-Dread candidate “The Exorcist: Believer”. Wish me luck with that one.