Favorite films

  • The Nightingale's Prayer
  • Rio, North Zone
  • Goopy Gayne Bagha Bayne
  • Autumn Days

Recent activity

  • The Men


  • Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo


  • The Blue Dahlia


  • Spartacus


Recent reviews

  • Day of Wrath

    Day of Wrath


    Typically, Dreyer’s work is a tribute to the strength of the human spirit. To our ability to overcome any obstacle life may throw at us, to persevere and come out not only stronger but more complete. But like anything human, so too is the soul vulnerable, and oh how easily can it shatter. In the end, it is not the divine nor the forces of nature on judgment day we must fear, but one another.

    For Dreyer, to live was…

  • Vampyr



    The films of Carl Theodor Dreyer belong neither to this world nor the one that follows, but to the spiritual plane which lies somewhere in between. His concerns were those of the destination of the soul; how our actions in life impact the person we become and how we choose and sometimes are unfortunately forced along a path to follow. The question he worries over is how our lives will be judged at the moment of reckoning – maybe before…

Popular reviews

  • The Docks of New York

    The Docks of New York


    It’s funny how the places that receive the most transit end up being the loneliest locations in the world; how we often feel more isolated when surrounded by others. The plot of this film takes place in the titular city’s port, a place where people are constantly coming and going almost at a faster rate than the tide itself. No one has any ties or any care. This is a place where marriage is a joke, where love can be…

  • Cape Fear

    Cape Fear


    One of the things that hurts most about being a fan of old films is hearing people around you complain about the most minute of things. ‘Eww, why does it have to be in black and white?’ ‘A Silent Picture?! Are you crazy, those are so terrible!’ I’ve heard it so often that it’s started to really annoy me. But every time I want to lash out, I have to hold my tongue because I too feel the same hesitance…