Favorite films

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

Recent activity

  • Blade Runner 2049


  • Blade Runner


  • The Social Network


  • Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel


Recent reviews

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049

    "Sometimes to love someone you gotta be a stranger."

    This late sequel succeeds at building on the original film ten-fold with immense world-building and incredibly engaging visual presentation.
    There are tons of fantastic performances here from people like Ana De Armas, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, Carla Juri, and Barkhad Abdi. Even smaller characters that only have one scene get enough time to breathe and live out their role, all of them adding a lot to the world. Gosling makes for…

  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner

    [Final Cut]

    "Wake up. Time to die."

    It's very easy to see how this has been so influential on a lot of scifi media and the cyberpunk subgenre especially. It's dripping with striking visuals and a coherent world design. It takes its time to let scenes and characters breathe, and it tells a story about some essential moral dilemmas around AI and existence.

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…