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  • Crash



    2020 was a fucking car crash, so what better way to start the new year than with some car crash fucking?

    Cronenberg’s unabashedly perverse sleeper hit is a difficult film to quantify, calling into question what exactly defines a good film. Do we rate works based on personal enjoyment? Cultural impact? Technical prowess? When it comes to Crash, there is no point of intersection for any of these measures. 

    Perhaps more compelling than the film itself is its place in…

  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory


    Prior to last month, I’d never seen an Almodóvar film. It was only by fortuitous happenstance that a group of friends were singing his praises when a retrospective film festival rolled into my local cinema. As I dove into his filmography, I had every expectation that he’d be fantastic. Still, nothing could have prepared me for, in my opinion, his magnum opus: Pain and Glory.

    Read what the film means to me as a person with chronic back pain, along with the reviews of five other Almodóvar fans, here.

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  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    I relate to the creatures in A Quiet Place because I too want everyone to shut the fuck up.

  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat


    Ranked: 2021

    Was lucky enough to “get over here” for tonight’s Mortal Kombat premiere event, and I’m delighted to report this movie FUCKS.

    Bloody, funny and full of (ripped out) heart, the film is accessible enough for even casual gamers to enjoy, while littered with Easter eggs for diehard MK fans. 

    Captain Boomerang who? Josh Lawson is fucking hilarious, stealing just about every scene with his quintessential ocker bastard Kano. Ludi Lin and Lewis Tan are possibly the most attractive…