Dominic Pink

ecosocialist with cinephile characteristics • amateur photographer • phd candidate

Favorite films

  • Histoire(s) du cinéma
  • A Grin Without a Cat
  • F for Fake
  • Man with a Movie Camera

Recent activity

  • Night and Fog in Japan


  • Drive a Crooked Road


  • The Strawberry Blonde


  • I Married a Witch


Recent reviews

  • Barbarian



    this has the biggest scare and one of the biggest laughs I’ve experienced in a theatre for years – among many other virtues – and it was such a thrill seeing a genuinely unpredictable new horror film with an appreciatively squirming, shrieking, and stunned audience

  • Godzilla vs. Hedorah

    Godzilla vs. Hedorah


    essential Anthropocene viewing: the spectre of Hiroshima meets the spectre of capitalist pollution in an urgent, psychedelic and yet family friendly eco-horror

Popular reviews

  • Capital in the Twenty-First Century

    Capital in the Twenty-First Century


    This film is completely inadequate for our times: a broad survey of the history of our destructive economic system, in which technocrats gently suggest 'we need to fix capitalism'. It could be an Elizabeth Warren speech. If you're looking for anything resembling radical political or economic ideas, this is not the film for you.

    It is unconscionable to me that a film titled 'Capital in the 21st Century' makes no mention of the climate crisis–the defining problem of our time.…

  • Taboo



    how is this not widely considered a masterpiece?!