• You People

    You People


    You People is a feature length Kenya Barris sitcom. Absolute trash. Barris needs to find a new bit or someone needs to steal his laptop. How can you have Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill and Julia Louis Dreyfus and not generate a single laugh?

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    A Twisty and turny pitch black comedy horror with its ear firmly placed on the fur carpet of the most unbearable people in society. Anya Taylor joy and Ralph Fiennes are great screen adversaries but for me, Nicholas Hoult as Fanboy Tyler, steals the show.

  • Aftersun



    In awe and crying

  • The Pale Blue Eye

    The Pale Blue Eye


    Christian bale is good in this but Harry Melling as Edgar Allen Poe is astounding and the main reason to watch the pale blue eye. Quickly becoming one of my favourite actors working today. Pale blue eye doesn’t reach the highs of something like crazy heart or hostiles but it’s an interesting entry in Scott cooper’s filmography nonetheless. I’ll probably revisit it again sometime during the year.

  • Limitless



    Sigma male pill-popper grindset

  • Backdraft



    A flaming ball of cheese

  • Causeway



    Just watched Lila Neaugebauer’s new film, CAUSEWAY. Absolutely floored by this film. I regret not seeing it a bit sooner. Devastatingly beautiful performances by Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry with an immaculate, goosebump inducing score from Alex Sommers. Perfect film.

  • See How They Run

    See How They Run


    A love letter to the murder mystery carried by a delightful Saoirse Ronan performance.

  • Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

    Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio


    Very charming nightmare fuel

  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


    Holy shit

  • Blonde



    The people behind this film should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for putting out this trashy, exploitative, morally empty misery porn.

  • El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

    El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie


    Upon just finishing breaking bad (I know how late I am) I decided to dive straight into El Camino. The film is a very satisfying, heartfelt farewell to Jesse Pinkman as he navigates his destiny after his terrible ordeal at the hands of neo nazis. Aaron Paul is compelling throughout and Jesse plemons’s Todd haunts the picture in every scene he’s in. Gilligan’s writing and direction is as refined as ever but it’s the cinematography of Marshall Adams that is the unsung hero of this cinematic epilogue.