Favorite films

  • Alien
  • Whiplash
  • The Lighthouse
  • The Green Knight

Recent activity

  • Scooby-Doo


  • 8 Mile


  • The Princess and the Frog


  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


Recent reviews

  • Scooby-Doo



    Scooby-Doo was certainly a staple in my childhood, and is well casted with the titular Mystery Incorporated, but with dated CGI and a disappointing final act, Scooby-Doo doesn’t live up to the animations high regards. 

    The cast include Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.), Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Velma (Linda Cardellini), Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) and the titular Scooby Doo (voiced by Neil Fanning). It is very well cast, and all the live action actors definitely resemble the animations. The CGI for Scooby-Doo still…

  • 8 Mile

    8 Mile


    8 Mile serves and as loose autobiographical re-telling of the highly regarded and respected rapper; Eminem

    The film highlights the world B-Rabbit (Eminem) is surrounded in, and the culture surrounding rap battles and free-styling. His family life isn’t good, and he is struggling to make ends meet and is trying to get studio time to record a demo. The cinematography also highlights the poverty and neglect that people are facing in big cities and even suburban areas. The film certainly…

Popular reviews

  • Renfield



    Renfield poses as a fun and engaging watch, that is full of blood and has Nicolas Cage star as the titular Dracula. 

    Renfield takes the approach of having Renfield (Draculas familiar) take central stage to showcase how he is feeling like he is stuck in a narcissistic relationship. Nicholas Holt (Renfield) is always engaging to watch, and definitely is a highlight to the film. It’s got fun moments and definitely humorous, however it feels like something is maybe missing or…

  • Superman



    Superman still manages to capsulate the roots of the titular superhero and makes the translation from comic page to the big screen so elegantly. I was fortunate to see this on the cinema screen for the 45th anniversary since it’s release; and definitely engrossed me as I hadn’t seen this for nearly 15 years. 

    The film still serves as the best representation of the character on-screen, and that being the core of Superman possessing the representation of hope. There truly…