Favorite films

  • The Tree of Life
  • Raging Bull
  • Duck Soup
  • Fantasia

Recent activity

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy


  • Notturno


  • Gunda


  • Night of the Kings


Pinned reviews

  • Blazes


    So I made another thing...

    Last November, while going stir crazy in quarantine, I found an outlet by writing a short, strange script, venting a ton of frustration through an absurdist detour into dark comedy. Last February, I met up with two actor friends (one of them a SEVERANCE vet) and spent a few hours with a skeleton crew shooting it on an iPhone. It ultimately came together pretty well, and I’m really excited to share it with you guys!

    You can watch BLAZES on Vimeo right here.

    Have fun!

  • Severance


    Four years ago, one of my closest friends handed me an eleven-page first draft of a screenplay he had written.

    Three years ago, in a poorly ventilated Crown Heights warehouse, we shot the final script with an incredibly gifted cast and crew.

    Two years ago, we completed an intricate, arduous post-production and privately premiered the final cut to family and friends.

    One year ago, we made our first festival appearance, during a time when we wondered if we’d ever get…

Recent reviews

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Space Jam: A New Legacy


    God is dead, and Big Chungus has killed him.

    Naked corporate synergy at its most malignant. SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY isn’t a movie or even a product, it’s content; it doesn’t ask you to think or feel, and doesn’t care if you have a good time so long as you keep on watching (ideally with your eyes forced open, CLOCKWORK ORANGE style). If there were any wit, intelligence, or creativity in the arrangement, the orgiastic display of WarnerMedia IPs…

  • Notturno



    More interested in how things look than in actually looking at something.

Popular reviews

  • Fargo



    Anything you can do Marge can do pregnant.

  • The Square

    The Square


    A movie that wants to tell you about empathy, privilege, political correctness, the social contract and the digital age, and all I want is an explanation for how Elisabeth Moss has a pet chimpanzee. It’s incredibly funny and breathlessly audacious but too baggy and muddled to really satisfy. Terry Notary’s ape-man act is a showstopper, but it arguably shoots the film in the foot; it has to go through an entire third act after already peaking.