Favorite films

  • The Killer
  • Blow Out
  • The Great Silence
  • Looper

Recent activity

  • Boston Strangler


  • Sunshine


  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods


  • Touching the Void


Pinned reviews

  • Tenet



    The king of "cerebral blockbusters" is back with his latest time-twisting, mind-bending, bladder-bursting epic of world saving spy shenanigans and the results are.. mixed. While there is plenty to like about Tenet, with its exquisite tailoring and "how did they do that" fight choreography, it's a film that too often feels like Nolan has not so much gone back to his time-altering well but fell head first into it.

    A lot of reviews have said you just need to sit…

  • White Fire

    White Fire


    You're cold as ice
    Well I don't believe a word, but you were willing to sacrifice
    I know you're in the sniper sights. And god only knows hes right
    When there's no one out there to fight
    In the White Fire (WHITE FIYAH)
    Down in dancing sand out there
    Such a love affair
    I said White Fire (WHITE FIYAH)
    Rolling like a thunderball
    Crashing through the wall."

    The Arrow Video blu-ray release finally gave me the opportunity to land…

Recent reviews

  • Boston Strangler

    Boston Strangler


    Solid diet-Zodiac procedural. Not a huge fan of the whole dulling everything down to a grey/beige tint to invoke the past, ends up just looking a bit boring to me.

  • Sunshine



    One of my all time favourite sci-fi space movies and easily best work Boyle's ever done. Stunningly effective, gorgeous and haunting. I always loved the last third and was confused when I found out that people didn't like it and thought it spoilt things. It rules! It's so unsettling, the sun as this corrupting force that drives men insane. And how its shot with it constantly out of focus like the absorbed radiation from the sun is warping the film itself.

Popular reviews

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    For all the ridiculous uproar last year of Tarantino supposedly portraying the Manson family murders, I cannot imagine any film treating Sharon Tate with greater care, or doing more to remove her from that night and celebrate her as a warm, soulful person than he does in Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. Instead of her life being framed solely as a tragic victim at the hands of a murderous cult, here Margo Robbie's Tate is the heart of everything…

  • Ad Astra

    Ad Astra


    Plays like a modern Apocalypse Now (in spaaace), one man's dreamlike journey into the harshest of environments to find a mythical figure supposedly driven insane with obsession, as he wrestles with his own state of mind along the way.

    A story of the importance of what we have, how hard we need to hang on to human connections on this mad blue marble. Phenomenal.