Favorite films

  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space
  • The Thing
  • Back to the Future
  • Gremlins

Recent activity

  • Spies in Disguise


  • How Heavy This Hammer


  • Shrek Retold


  • Salt


Recent reviews

  • Spies in Disguise

    Spies in Disguise


    "It's always been my dream to come here and feed the pigeons."

    I guess it's a bit ironic that Blue Sky Studios' swan song was actually a pigeon coo.
    I've always had a soft spot for this studio and it was a bit sad to see them go. But truth be told though, I didn't have very high expectations for Spies in Disguise and I can't say that I was surprised.

    I do like the pigeon focus though. They're good…

  • How Heavy This Hammer

    How Heavy This Hammer


    How Heavy This Hammer is a very grounded contender in the drama subgenre about people losing themselves in escapism while their life passes them by. It does that concept with a coherent sense of subdued realism and believable performances.
    But it doesn't manage to be very memorable as the videogame subject isn't as prominent as one might expect and the script never really rises above the core idea.

Popular reviews

  • Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material

    Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material


    "I used to worry about telling a joke so offensive I would never work again. But that was just me thinking like a genderfluid snowflake."

    The discourse about "dark humor" and people being too easily offended is an incredibly tiring one. So every time I see an entertainer pick up that subject for a production, I can only roll my eyes.
    Of course morbid humor can be funny and cathartic and helpful and what-not. But that doesn't mean that all…

  • Auschwitz



    "You know what my son brought me for breakfast this morning? Dog shit."

    Uwe Boll's Auschwitz might be his most genius project.

    This man's entire career is based on fraud and hate. He made money by getting the rights for videogame franchises (even though he hates videogames) and making deliberately terrible films that have barely anything to do with the source material. To add to his image, he makes fun of his critics and builds up a solid infamy that…