Favorite films

  • The Addiction
  • Spencer
  • Trouble Every Day
  • What Happened With Alain?

Recent activity

  • Being James Bond

  • Night of the Living Dead

  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

  • Jane Eyre

Pinned reviews

  • Stray Dogs

    Stray Dogs

    Original Title: 郊遊
    Year of Release: 2013
    Genres: Drama
    Director: Tsai Ming-liang
    Writers: Tsai Ming-liang, Peng Fei Song, Chen Yu Tung
    Main Cast: Lee Kang-Sheng, Lu Yi-Ching, Chen Shiang-Chyi, Chao-rong Chen, Yang Kuei-Mei

    05/05 of Tsai Ming-liang from The Great Directors Challenge (5x40): 2021 Edition

    Really impressed by Stray Dogs. Having jumped over a decade in time in Tsai's filmography, it is clear that a semblance of a conventional narrative and use of dialogues is completely absent: it is all…

  • Goodbye to Language

    Goodbye to Language

    Original Title: Adieu au langage
    Year of Release: 2014
    Genres: Experimental Drama
    Director: Jean-Luc Godard
    Writer: Jean-Luc Godard
    Main Cast: Jessica Erickson, Héloïse Godet, Zoé Bruneau, Kamel Abdeli, Richard Chevallier, Christian Gregori, Jean-Luc Godard

    Goodbye to ratings.

    After a long and careful examination, I have finally decided to stop giving ratings to the films I watch. This was a long time coming, and not an easy choice to make, but one that I found to be necessary.

    Back when I…

Recent reviews

  • Being James Bond

    Being James Bond

    Original Title: Being James Bond
    Year of Release: 2021
    Genres: Documentary
    Director: Baillie Walsh
    Writer: n/a
    Main Cast: Daniel Craig, Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli

    Only special and must-watch for fans of Daniel Craig's Bond. Being James Bond sees Craig, Barbara Broccoli, and Michael G. Wilson talking about why the blond actor was chosen and how the films were made, featuring a slew of behind-the-scenes footage that I had not seen before (including his audition tape and final moments on…

  • Night of the Living Dead

    Night of the Living Dead

    Night of the Living Dead truly is one of the greatest films of all time that has aged oh so brilliantly over the past 50+ years! Second viewing and it still holds tremendous power. The type of film where you can feel the filmmakers pouring their heart and soul into the project, truly inspiring stuff.

Popular reviews

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    Right now I got to tell you about the fabulous, most groovy experience of the year:

    74th Venice Film Festival. The man himself, Edgar Wright, was a member of the main jury. Knowing that, I set out immediately to see him, and on my first day (August 30th) I saw him with the rest of the jury members (including Annette Benning and Rebecca Hall). I was stunned, and stood still, with my mouth wide open. I thought it could never…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    Last Night In Soho is a terrific and terrifying ghost story, hearkening back to the golden age of horror cinema from the '60s and '70s. The craft is impeccable, McKenzie is a star in the making, and the soundtrack is hauntingly beautiful. Loved it!