Favorite films

  • The Thing
  • Taxi Driver
  • The Shining
  • Blade Runner

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  • Raging Bull


  • The Drunken Mattress

  • The One-Man Band

Recent reviews

  • Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

    Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters


    It has been over two weeks since I saw this film, and yet I can't stop thinking about it. It has been a very long time since a film had this kind of an impact on me. Philip Glass's score, the cinematography, and how the screenplay weaves together the past, present, and Mishima's fiction are all awe-inspiring. I feel like I need to give it another watch before putting it in my top 5 favorite films of all time, but it is definitely in my top 10. 10/10

  • The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans

    The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans


    "His soul is still dancing" is one the greatest scenes in the history of cinema.

Popular reviews

  • Heart of Glass

    Heart of Glass


    Pure madness. Whereas Aguirre, the Wrath of God has a solid narrative and follows a man's slow descent into insanity, the characters of Heart of Glass are insane right from the beginning and there isn't any real conflict or plot. It is one of the most bizarrely directed films I've ever seen. Most people would hate this film, but I was thoroughly entertained by its uncompromising absurdity. Also, it's one of Herzog's most gorgeously shot films, and Popol Vuh's score perfectly compliments the stunning imagery. 8/10

  • Night Tide

    Night Tide


    Night Tide is a quiet psychological horror film that relies more on suggestion than anything else. Harrington was very clearly influenced by Val Lewton's horror films, particularly Cat People. Like Lewton's horror films, Night Tide spends a lot of time building the characters and the atmosphere, with the horror culminating in a small handful of scenes. These scenes are where the film really shines; Harrington uses camera moves and lighting in creative ways that are a thrill to behold.