• The Kid

    The Kid


    New restoration is stunning and having not been to a cinema in a while it was delightful.

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    A worthless entry in the MCU. At they very least some films have the ability to add context and mythos the Marvel Universe but all this did was make me want to watch Veep.

  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside


    There are moments of artifice sprinkled throughout Inside that stop it from reaching the emotional heights it potentially could have, however, the ingenuity and creativity in the visuals and variety of songs lift the experience up by quite a margin. Structurally is where this piece shines, flowing from piece to piece haphazardly is what really elevates and brings together the more introspective vignettes. Funnily enough the Bo Burnham project I’ve been the most impressed with is the one that felt the most messy and least controlled. But it’s the moments where you can feel the set up that hold it back from something truly special.

  • Sleepaway Camp

    Sleepaway Camp


    It doesn't offer the most creative or brutal kills in the pantheon of summer camp slashers (F13 Part 2 and The Burning are unmatched) but it makes up for it with personality in the characters, a comfy realistic setting and one of the most memorable endings in the genre.

    Also "She's a real carpenter's dream: flat as a board and needs a screw!" is a borderline Shakespearean line of dialogue.

  • Fear Street: 1994

    Fear Street: 1994

    Everything that sucks about Netflix productions bundled into one neat package. Pandering and predictable writing that does it’s characters no favours by making them all annoying as fuck. An overdone 80s neon aesthetic despite being set in 1994 because “OMG dae 80s!!!!”. At the very least just deliver some decent kills but theres only 1 near the end and the rest are just people getting shot or stabbed. It’s chocker full of references as well with certain shots but don’t…

  • Frances Ha

    Frances Ha


    fucking relatable

  • Titanic



    Pure conviction in it’s story beats, it’s a classic hollywood film with a $200 million budget. They don’t make ‘em like they used to.

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League
  • Don't Breathe 2

    Don't Breathe 2


  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    The last 5 minutes are abysmal but the rest is entertaining despite being messy.

  • Ghostland



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Bruh HP Lovecraft showing up in this looking like Robbie Rotten the fuck.

  • Hellboy



    Excels visually but that can only get you so far when the main character of your film is John “the most bland character to have ever existed in a film ever” Myers.