"i am the sanest man who ever lived" - Bela Lugosi

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Favorite films

  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
  • Love Exposure
  • First Reformed
  • Ichi the Killer

Recent activity

  • A Special Day


  • Haru


  • Winchester '73


  • Bound for the Fields, the Mountains, and the Seacoast


Pinned reviews

  • His Motorbike, Her Island

    His Motorbike, Her Island


    i love the way stories are told in nobuhiko obayashi's films. whimsical, lively and beautiful. despite the simple plot it managed to mesmerize and resonate with me as someone who also likes to escape to different worlds. there's a lot of different ideas being displayed here and i might just end up thinking new ones upon rewatches, but i think one certainty is that it has a bittersweet combination of reminiscing on both the moments of euphoria and melancholic memories.…

  • Nosferatu the Vampyre

    Nosferatu the Vampyre


    harker's blissful ignorance is a fitting opening before wagner's rheingold majestically playing over the journey to dracula's castle. more than just a predator here, dracula is used as an otherworldly figure that reigns over humanity's weakness of arrogance and closed minds. i see the film appearing to highlight death and the idea of facing, even going beyond it, oddly reminding me of a quote from silent hill 2: "he who is not bold enough to be stared at from across…

Recent reviews

  • Babylon


    i never thought tobey maguire would have the best and most subtle performance in this movie. a tough one for me to decide on, i may never fully just because i don't think i've ever felt so little for and empty during a good 3 hour film. if i could give 5 stars to just P.J. byrne threatening to shit on people, i would. alongside the "gordy incident" as the best moment of 2022. brad pitt's corniness was almost cancelled…

  • Drunken Master

    Drunken Master


    died when jackie brought out the "monkey kung fu"

Popular reviews

  • Dream Lover

    Dream Lover


    90s erotic thrillers starring james spader were this nation's backbone

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


    the true antagonist was dorsia