Favorite films

  • The Descent
  • Exit Through the Gift Shop
  • Margaret
  • The Wailing

Recent activity

  • Blonde


  • Don't Worry Darling


  • Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story


  • The Empty Man


Recent reviews

  • Blonde



    Here we are again guys, another frustrating biopic ('Elvis' seemed like just a few short months ago), anchored by another remarkable star turn. Ana De Armas takes the lead in Andrew Dominik's 'Blonde', which essentially plays out like a travelogue of heinous sexual abuse, psychological fracturing, and all manner of media malfeasance. The same posse of mustache twirling villainy that chewed up and spit out a spirited and lovely woman like Norma Jean is still in practice today. Hollywood is…

  • Don't Worry Darling

    Don't Worry Darling


    I'm uninterested in the extra curricular activities of the talent onscreen (and behind the screen), and in a way, I kinda wish the film itself were half as scandalous or hoked up as the tabloid saga that unfolded prior to the release of 'Don't Worry Darling'.. At least I'd have something to take home with me. Alas, the shiny intrigue of Olivia Wilde's new feature carries a heavy load of cinematic baggage. It pilfers all sorts of 'scrub the patriarchy'…

Popular reviews

  • Shut In

    Shut In

    Trailer = a gripping home invasion thriller with literally no political overtones to be found

    99% of letterboxd comments = FUCKING BEN SHAPIRO OMG I CAN'T EVEN WITH THIS MOVIE.

    You guys realize that's like getting upset with Universal studios because Collin Trevarrow wrote a bad Jurassic Park sequel, right? Get a fucking grip.

    Edit* 99% is OBVIOUSLY an exaggeration. Come on guys.. Upon closer inspection it's more like 98%

  • Soul



    I love Soul. It's a pure rhapsody of music and emotion.

    "Soul" has love and passion in its heart, and a sparkling vitality in it's step. Pixar, even through their uneven sequels and routine entries as of late, is one of the last great purveyors of western animation and all it's finer qualities.

    Anyone eager for an ethereally gorgeous melding of the more abstract thought concepts in director Pete Doctor's previous project "Inside Out" -- and the ambitious yearning of…