Void Girl

Low-effort ramblings of a dead soul.

*rewatching Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul, sporadic logging incoming*

Favorite films

  • Twin Peaks
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
  • Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces
  • Twin Peaks: The Return

Recent activity

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

  • King Krule: Live on the Moon

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

  • Double Indemnity

Recent reviews

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Seeing as how they're seemingly the only thing on the telly at this time of year usually, thought I'd have a cheeky rewatch. I'm not a very festive person but December is a pretty solid month to watch comfort films. Cold outside, cosy inside, perfect. You know, I thought that by now I would've grown out of enjoying these but nah, fucking goosebumps mate and now I feel like a dork. This one in particular really ran the gauntlet with…

  • King Krule: Live on the Moon

    King Krule: Live on the Moon

    A perfect way to spend a Friday morning in bed when you wake up too early and it's pissing it down outside. Archy's music across all his projects has provided a deep level of comfort for me ever since I discovered him in college when he was Zoo Kid. 6 Feet Beneath the Moon is one of, if not my favourite album of the past decade and I recommend it to anyone who wants to soak in whatever shit they're…

Popular reviews

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    Appropriately monolithic. I don't know how the actual fuck I'm even supposed to review this. It's 2001: A Space Odyssey, I mean that's a mission in itself. When I think of science fiction, I immediately think of this and Blade Runner. It's funny because those two films have something in common for me and that's everyone I know thinks they're either slow or boring or both. Maybe they're right and I'm just a pretentious little dweeb. Or maybe the allure…

  • Vivre Sa Vie

    Vivre Sa Vie

    My favourite Godard picture for many reasons, most of which I can't even explain here. Such a tragic tale yet feels like such a warm blanket. Anna Karina is so goddamn stunning and if I could go back in time and do a face and hair swap I would. She's mesmerising when she's dancing in the pool hall scene and she's not even a great dancer. She's special. From a writing standpoint I've found this film really inspiring, on more…