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Favorite films

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League
  • Glass
  • Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
  • Memory Holograph

Recent activity

  • The Abyss


  • Howl's Moving Castle


  • The Boy and the Heron


  • A Madea Christmas

Pinned reviews

  • Scooby-Doo



    (Theatrical Release + Dillon Cut)

    "Friends don't quit."

    There's always been something remarkably fascinating and profound about the historical/oppressive complexity that embodies our subsequent perceptions of memory vs. history, but then of its context surrounding indigenous lands (and its indigenous inhabitants); more specifically, the exposing of truth (ex: a concealed history of colonialist exploitation & equal atrocities) through the tearing down of the artificial curtain. A simulated reality, if you will (as with the rewriting of colonial history), that forces its…

  • Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter


    "They say history is written by the victors..."

    The Trinity of Bitches united. The last corporation falls.

    The world is saved.

    The waking day after the dream.

    No longer the woman in the red dress.

    The restraint of time. Resisting it. Resist...

    End of History. Rebirth in montage; transcendental. Post-artifice, post-cinematic; post-humanist. The artificial simulation (of prior) has materialized, paving the way for the viscerally assaultive, archetypal reality of hyper-stimulation (but more so: of ending the reign of capital); each…

Recent reviews

  • The Boy and the Heron

    The Boy and the Heron


    "You'll forget in time. You should."

    Into the failed dream/world; goodbye mom, I'll see you in the past, whoever you may be, though everyone will know how much I love you. The thing about a dream or reality which horrifically collapses is that you can always construct a new one, within and beyond a new imagination/generation. Ideals and legacies can quickly escape us, it's true, but those derived from an imperfect but sincere absolution of goodness will forever endure in…

  • A Madea Christmas

    A Madea Christmas

    "You people."

    10th Anniversary 120FPS 3D 8K HDR Restoration Screening

    Madea crucifies a child using Christmas lights. Three people died during this screening. She's literally so real. Furthermore:

    In Tyler Perry's "A Madea Christmas" (2013), the irreverent and iconic character Madea brings her unique brand of humor to the holiday season, offering a comedic critique of the paradoxical dichotomy between late-stage capitalist consumerism and the charitable spirit of Christmas.

    The film follows Madea as she accompanies her friend Eileen to…

Popular reviews

  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

    Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle


    "That was so intense, I like can’t even with this place."

    Two stars for Jack Black as a woman and for Karen Gillan being hot.

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


    "You are a product of all who came before you."

    How the fuck do you make a film shot by Bill fucking Pope look like fucking garbage.

    The phrase "flavor of the week," used to describe the (corporate) anti-artistry and unrelenting soullessness of entities like the MCU, continues to be represented by how all of these fake monstrosities persistently look like the polluted skies of the Industrial Revolution, feel like a black hole, sound like incomprehensible noise, perpetuate cultural rot,…