Favorite films

  • Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
  • Spike of Bensonhurst
  • Multi-Handicapped
  • The Fate of Lee Khan

Recent activity

  • A Countess From Hong Kong


  • Vitalina Varela


  • Tri-Star


  • Demons


Recent reviews

  • I Want to Go Home

    I Want to Go Home


    I get why people might not like this but I found Adolph Green really compelling and the off kilter delivery pretty funny. Kind of proto Larry David at the start. The POV shots from under the bed during the farcical climax we’re executed perfectly. Really moving ending imo “We have your kind in Cleveland!”

  • Eureka



    Heard about this when it came out due to being a Jim O’Rourke fan but forgot about it soon after finding that it was impossible to find at the time. Beautiful slow cinema sepia-drenched tone poem. Opening with a suspenseful bus hijacking sequence that resolves quickly but leaves the three survivors traumatized with an emotional charge that gives ample momentum to the remaining very long form narratively open ended duration. The biggest problem by far is that it has a serial killer sub plot that exposes some bad writing and would have worked as a background element not directly connected to the main characters.

Popular reviews

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    A Dangerous Method


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    Fluidity of authority dispersal within relationships: Jung's wife is both a pseudo-patient of his, confidant, and financial master. Jung's patient becomes intellectual protege-equal, friend, and mistress. Jung and Freud are mentor-protege, competitors, friends etc.

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  • Resident Evil: Afterlife

    Resident Evil: Afterlife


    Stillness amidst passing umbrellas, the eye contact head dip from the Japanese businessman begins the long form momentum like a switch.

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