Favorite films

  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • Annihilation
  • The Village
  • Unforgiven

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  • The Village


  • The Empty Man


  • Malignant


  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence


Recent reviews

  • Shopping



    I found yet another gem by WS. Anderson (I have yet to see a bad movie by this man). His debut feature isn’t so much a traditional narrative as a series of vignettes in the lives of young hooligans in a post apocalyptic looking 90s London. It’s early punk aesthetics meeting sci fi worldbuilding to create a wonderfully heightened cyberpunk reality, that is beautiful to look at, full of billowing smoke and blossoming fire. This might be a strange topic…

  • After Hours

    After Hours


    I’ve never had a night as bad as the character in this movie, but I’ve sure as hell have had ones that have felt like it. Where everything possible seems to go wrong, and it doesn’t help that your an awkward fuck who can only seem to make everything worse. It’s not the best Scorsese, but it’s definitely the most relatable. It’s also his funniest, although it’s deep into cringe comedy territory— I could almost hear the Ron Howard narration.…

Popular reviews

  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    My theory about PTA is that he was always a great director, but that it wasn’t until The Master that something clicked in his mind and he became a great writer as well. After all, his earlier films are let down mostly by their writing, and even There Will Be Blood, a film where PTA’s style fully blossomed into a great American epic after previously being heavily indebted to the likes of Scorsese and Altman, was rather weak in narrative…

  • Tenet



    Holy hell, this might just be the best thing that Nolan’s ever done. It’s not quite a masterpiece, but it’s the closet Nolan has come to making one. (I’m writing this review cause my head hurts from watching in the mouth of madness and I wanted something simple and easy to understand as a palate cleanser. Task successfully failed!)

    In the seminal 1999 masterpiece “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”, Austin Powers inquires about the mechanics of the time…