Favorite films

  • Adaptation.
  • Nights of Cabiria
  • Body Double
  • After Hours

Recent activity

  • Django


  • The Fan


  • David Byrne's American Utopia


  • Kuffs


Recent reviews

  • David Byrne's American Utopia

    David Byrne's American Utopia


    Went to the One Night Only screening at the local indie. There were two people with us who hadn’t seen it before, so the vapid interview with Lee and Byrne at the beginning spoiled a lot of the surprises. Thankfully the experience transcends spoilers. 

    The setlist is perfect, but I do want to see this band perform “Doing The Right Thing”.

  • Porky the Gob

    Porky the Gob

    Pretty delighted by ant cartoon that has The Song of the Marines. Not that I’m into the military; it is a song I only really know from old cartoons. Funny that it’s here, since this is about sailors.

Popular reviews

  • Psycho Goreman

    Psycho Goreman


    Power Rangers by way of Invader Zim and Troma.

    The story isn't deep, but it's a crowd-pleasing experience. It's silliness and goofy sense of humor constantly inspire laughter. There is no grounding force in this absurd, fun-loving reality.

    When I was in middle school, and really wanted to make movies, this is exactly the type of movie I wanted to make. Now I'm older, I'm more "sophisticated", my tastes are more "refined", as if that's worth anything. PG reminded me…

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    In many ways this could go a lot more visceral, it could be more painful, depressing, violent, and could justify a lot of cruelty with it's premise. Instead, it delivers a solid thriller and dark comedy with a lot of interesting thought put into the casting and characters. The main character's sociopathic plot manages to scratch a Men Are Dogs wish fulfillment, but the film is compelling because we are sympathetic towards Cassie and how much she misses her friend…