Favorite films

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  • Nightcrawler
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  • Hot Rod

Recent activity

  • First Reformed


  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters


  • Judas and the Black Messiah


  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Recent reviews

  • First Reformed

    First Reformed

    I never thought a movie that focuses heavily on the themes of climate change could be so goddam horny. It shook me to my core. 

    Cedric the Entertainer is wonderful, Seyfried is employed perfectly here, and Hawke as Toller might be one of my favorite performances of all time. Just a genuine, ugly, human existence, rattled in his cage, simultaneously feeling so small against the weight of his anxieties and yet burdening himself with the responsibility of so much beyond his control. 

    Well somebody has to do SOMEthing

    This one's gonna stick with me for awhile.

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters


    Man, I really enjoyed this one the first go around.

    I was going, and foolish.

    With how hard the monster stuff whips, you'd almost hope that the human plot isn't made to feel as important as this one is. But it's there, and it is beyond flimsy. Points for Chandler really BRINGING it as the Divorced Dad, and I wouldn't say this isn't worth watching. The monster stuff alone is worth the price of admission. But it's got something similar…

Popular reviews

  • Thoroughbreds



    It's like if April Ludgate wrote a movie.

    I have a hard time writing 5 star reviews, because I feel like it's something that should be saved for the best of the best. But this is a damn near perfect little movie. Anya Taylor Joy and Olivia Cooke are KILLER, stone cold. It's a modern day Heathers. The score is amazing.

  • Doctor Sleep

    Doctor Sleep


    Doctor Sleep is a LOT of movie. It honestly felt like a three episode long mini-season of Castle Rock more than it did a big screen sequel to Kubrick’s The Shining. 

    But it works. It’s got no right. But it works. 
    Ewan McGregor is incredible as the soft spoken, tortured Dan Torrance. A man running from his demons, he eventually is able to make a life working in a hospice. It’s, unfortunately, an organically heavy direction for the character to…