• Morbius


    Funniest meme ever.

  • The Lion King

    The Lion King

    Fuck this movie.

  • Margin Call

    Margin Call

    Much like The Big Short, this is another one of those movies were everything works. Superbly written, cast and acted (seeing Kevin Spacey is kinda weird, but he gained his reputation as a good actor for a reason), Margin Call tells the story of the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis and economic crash from the perspective of one of the big banks that figured out that their ship was sinking and decided to unload their toxic cargo onto other banks so…

  • The Tinder Swindler

    The Tinder Swindler

    This is yet another example of a Netflix true crime documentary pumped out to satisfy an ever-growing demand for this material, that'll make the "Popular" section for about a week, and then be completely forgotten about.

    First off, there's no reason this needed to be two hours long. This story could have been told in about a quarter of the time. And as much as the swindler at the heart of this story is undoubtedly a rat-faced piece of shit,…

  • The House

    The House


    As much shit as I give Netflix for greenlighting any old trash, they do also give a platform to a lot of hidden gems and experimental masterpieces. And this anthology of three horror films is a must see for fans of stop-motion and horror. Very imaginative, creepy, haunting, well executed, and also somewhat beautiful. Check it out.

  • I Love You, Man

    I Love You, Man


    I fucking love Paul Rudd

  • Game Night

    Game Night

    Another surprisingly entertaining, feel good comedy.

  • Date Night

    Date Night


    A surprisingly good, nice, feelgood comedy.

    Also I fucking love Steve Carrell.

  • The Big Short

    The Big Short

    As soon as I finished watching The Big Short, it quickly catapulted itself to the status as one of my favourite movies.

    Everything about this just works. The writing, editing, cinematography, casting, acting, everything is just so tight. And it manages to do a great job of explaining complicated financial instruments and institutions, and what exactly caused the economic crash of 2008, in a way that's understandable to a general audience, as well as gripping and compelling, by telling the…

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up

    The Big Short is one of my favourite movies, so this latest offering from Adam McKay was massively disappointing. Far too long, poorly paced and structured, and way, *way* too on the nose and unsubtle with it's messages. Something that's meant to be satirical should either be laugh out loud funny, or at least make you shake your head and mutter under your breath "Yeah, that's fucking bullshit." But this doesn't do either.

    This movie was a waste of time, so don't waste yours.

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho

    "I have to return some videotapes."

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver


    10/10 Makes me want to shoot the President.

    Jokes aside, this is one of those movies that everyone who loves movies should watch at some point. So go check it out before I slap you.