Favorite films

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • The Shape of Water
  • The Devils
  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

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  • Blood of Havana


Recent reviews

  • Julien Donkey-Boy

    Julien Donkey-Boy


    Björk Stalker-core. Harmony Korine does some really interesting stuff here with his little shot-on-video slice-of-life film which comes so disconcertingly close to life that it gives off the same vibe that a lot of the best found-footage movies do. Essentially depicts the average day in the life of your weird neighbours who are always doing bizarre shit in the street that you don't always quite have the context for - hell, you might even be those neighbours. It's a charming…

  • Infinity Pool

    Infinity Pool


    David, come pick your son up.

    Cronenberg Jr. pulls an Alex Garland manoeuvre by following up an immaculate two-film directorial run with a disappointing and confused third title. I should have learned my lesson by now that any film I get excited for, no matter how ideal it may seem, will have a fair chance of disappointing me whilst others adore it - I glare back at 2022 with a thousand-yard-stare and pray "please, Lord, not again... not again...", and…

Popular reviews

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4


    Finishing up the beloved Scream saga of meta-slasher flicks, I return to the franchise with Wes Craven's final film, Scream 4. And boy, this is truly how you end a slasher franchise.

    Scream 4 is the finale this series deserves. This time tackling the codes and conventions of slasher movie remakes and horror in the post-9/11 world, Scream 4 is arguably as witty a film as the first one, albeit the fact that the first will always be my favourite.…

  • Lady Snowblood

    Lady Snowblood


    Revenge is a dish best served as hot as the fires of the Netherworld.

    Yuki isn't like the other girls, specifically because she's a borderline-supernatural demon woman born only for one purpose - vengeance. We never once see her eat, drink or sleep throughout the course of Lady Snowblood - only rage and the blood of her enemies fuel her. Yet, still, we see glimpses of Yuki wishing her life wasn't just an endless cycle of violence, looking at other…