Favorite films

  • Breaking the Waves
  • November
  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco
  • God's Own Country

Recent activity

  • Influencer


  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


  • Huesera: The Bone Woman


  • Something in the Dirt


Pinned reviews

  • The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Resurrection

    The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Resurrection


    Ugh. How could anything make my queer, little gay heart beat more passionately. This takes drag, horror, filth & glamour and mixes it up with very poignant stories of these queer individuals, who are trying to make the most out of life.

    I can't even put in words how much Dragula and the Boulet Brother's have changed EVERYTHING. Bravo.

    I will watch Dragula 'til the end of time.

    Oh, and the top queens from this episode were Saint, Priscilla, Dahli, and Victoria Black. They are head and shoulders above everyone else.

    And one final note-this is WAAAAY better TV than RuPaul's Drag Race.

  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco


    Let me just say this: this is a beautiful work of art that just is. Everything is beautiful about this-acting, cinematography (it is stunning), screenplay, direction, music (my GOD-the music), sets....this feels like a masterpiece.

    And let me also say 2 things: Jonathan Majors is going to be a huge star and the director (I hope) is going to have a long career.

    Spectacular. I’m so floored by it-it’s a beautiful, meditative, slightly surreal look into gentrification and racism.


Recent reviews

  • Influencer



    This horror-lite with an exotic location was good. The screenplay needed some work, the actors should have had a week or two to get to know each other, and the horror was basically off the screen. But oh my god - the setting. The setting was perfection. Definitely gave it another star.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    Phew….I have some thoughts.

    - Fantastic soundtrack.

    - The Orgosphere.

    - The cosmic horror vibe that I got from multiple set pieces.

    - All of the “animals” which were in the movie and the movie’s focus on them, and in particular, the so endearing Rocket the raccoon.

    Really, this movie equaled the first movie’s greatness. Really, really made me emotional at multiple points (ok-I was bawling at multiple points in the movie). I often can’t stand Marvel movies, but they proved me wrong. Stellar work on this movie.

Popular reviews

  • Glorious



    I’ll admit, this isn’t perfect - but this movie was like an ode to Lovecraft and cosmic horror.

    I loved everything that was in the bathroom, and hated everything outside of the bathroom. So probably, I’d give it an 84/100. HAHA!!

    This had a very specific audience, and once again, that’s me.

    This was really fun. Sort of a cosmic horror-philosophical drama-serial killer horror-comedy (it was HILARIOUS).

    Now, if the director/cinematographer didn’t shoot the outside scenes like an after school special.

  • The Sadness

    The Sadness



    This was violent, miserable, graphic and it was oddly, glorious.

    I mean, this movie came out of nowhere and blew every zombie/plague/gore movie out of the water.

    I’m stunned. It’s so vile and sick and twisted-but it is made SOOO well.

    Good lord - I am a sadist apparently.