Favorite films

  • Werckmeister Harmonies
  • The Tree of Life
  • The Passion of Joan of Arc
  • Distant Voices, Still Lives

Recent activity

  • The Nightingale


  • The Green Knight


  • Flaming Creatures


  • Wild at Heart


Recent reviews

  • The Nightingale

    The Nightingale


    Wow Olivia Rodrigo was absolutely right, it IS brutal put here.

    In the current horror Renaissance we are experiencing, I still mark The Babadook as the gold standard. It's beyond perfect, and I've been both excited and terrified to watch Kent's follow up. It's impressive, a big leap for her that didn't always work for me, but showcases Kent's talent in new ways.

    She's obviously a genius at getting great performances. And her aptitude for horror shines through in the…

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight

    So sorry to everyone who liked this. Gorgeous visuals (like honestly, stunning) but I never bought into the world presented, which made the actions, side quests, etc. of each character seem pointless or aimless, starting with the Christmas Game that kicks the film off. Perhaps it's my unfamiliarity with the source material, but I didn't understand why Gaiwan didn't just say "no thanks." Also if he understood the rules, why did he chop the Green Knight's head off? From there…

Popular reviews

  • Apocalypse Now

    Apocalypse Now


    I don't know how I lived so long without this movie. Like Werckmeister Harmonies, I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that this movie exists, and that it was made by humans.

    Apocalypse Now took me to a place no other film ever has. A place beyond reason, analysis, emotion.

    Are we even sure this whole film isn't just Martin Sheen tripping on whatever substance he's doing at the first? Was I tripping when I watched…

  • Marketa Lazarová

    Marketa Lazarová


    Y'all, I don't know how I sat on this one for so long. This is an absolute masterpiece from start to finish.

    Thematically, the movie combines the chaos and nihilism of Ran with the brutality/beauty of The Revenant. I mean this movie is brutal, and no one gets out unscathed. But it's also astonishingly beautiful. I was also reminded of Tarr, Dreyer, Parajanov, and Tarkovsky at times. If that doesn't get you hype about this movie nothing will.

    The story…