Favorite films

  • King Kong Escapes
  • Orlando
  • Cool as Ice
  • Twins of Evil

Recent activity

  • The Road to Singapore

  • Changing Lanes

  • What Lies Below

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Pinned reviews

  • Roar



    Here's an idea: get 110 lions, a handful of tigers, a few leopards, jaguars, and cheetahs and throw them in and around a house with a handful of humans. Despite knowing 1000% for sure that no one died during the making of this incredibly, insanely ill advised production I was just waiting for someone to get eaten (that's not to say that no one got seriously hurt, because according to Wikipedia over 70 people did).

    I don't know that I've…

  • Stone



    Do you like:
    •Satanic bikers?
    •Undercover cops?
    •Skinny dipping?
    •Blokes with beards?
    •Hot sheilas?
    •Top hats?
    •Sleeping in a coffin?

    If you answered "yes," "maybe," or "no" to any of these then you should watch Stone.

Recent reviews

  • The Road to Singapore

    The Road to Singapore

    Gotta Watch ’Em All: William Powell

    A pretty average will they/won’t they romance slightly elevated by the fact that they’re in “exotic” Singapore, which is, of course, portrayed with all the “jungle native” stereotypes you’d imagine from a 1931 production. Easily the best part was a pretty cool camera move across the island through a miniature jungle as the two lovers longingly stare in each other’s direction.

  • Changing Lanes

    Changing Lanes

    Movie Night 2022

    I can’t think of an instance where Ben Affleck has ever acted well enough to make me feel any kind of emotion so I guess in a way I’m kinda impressed that he made me hate his character so much in this. Generally just an unenjoyable film with a number of “good god why are these idiots doing this?” moments interspersed throughout. I was right to avoid for 20 years.

Popular reviews

  • Braven



    Jason Momoa murdering drug runners in creative ways set against a beautiful snowy mountain backdrop. You either want to see that or you don't.

  • Nine 1/2 Weeks

    Nine 1/2 Weeks


    Mickey Rourke bringing Kim Basinger to his '80s modern apartment, drenched in the diffuse reflected light from surrounding skyscrapers, playing Brian Eno on his high end stereo, seen through rich film grain like some sort of Patrick Nagel fever dream is 10000% my aesthetic.