• Pink Floyd: The Wall

    Pink Floyd: The Wall


    *2nd viewing, 1st for my parents*

    Few films, if any, come close to the sheer transcendence of the 'Comfortably Numb' sequence. An absolute highlight in a film made entirely of iconic imagery.

  • Seven Samurai

    Seven Samurai


    207min of perfectly paced cinematic bliss

  • Oppenheimer



    Absolutely overwhelming. My words would never do it justice, especially mere minutes after watching it.

    I'll just say this: Surely the best edited *major motion picture* I've seen in forever. Praise our lord and saviour Jennifer Lame. What an outstanding achievement.

  • Talk to Me

    Talk to Me


    We love a neat horror premise that delivers the goods in just 95min. Featuring some fucked up imagery that's destined to scar a new generation of horror fans for life.

    I suspect people calling this 'no better than the avarage Blumhouse film' haven't seen one of those is a while.

  • Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One

    Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One


    Full-on evil AI sci-fi fits the franchise rather well. Amazing set pieces as expected, but each time I care less about the stuff inbetween.

    Pom Klementieff MVP

  • Barbie



    Cute! Laughed a lot! Gosling is great!

    That being said, this pales in comparison to the complexities of Gerwig's previous work. And that's okay! It's still the best toy commercial since The Lego Movie!

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    The Jeffrey Wright monologue and his final chat with the police chef are probably my favorite thing Wes Anderson has ever done.

  • Smile



    Neat premise. Creatively shot. Stunning horror imagery. Totally commited lead performance.

    All severely dragged down by an incompetent script and a whole slew of weak supporting performances. Seriously, every side characher [asides from Rob Morgan] is outright distracting.

  • Three Colours: Red

    Three Colours: Red


    Nobody told me this trilogy would get weirder with each entry. Not only narratively or formally, but also emotionally. I'm pretty sure I discovered at least three new emotions within myself while watching this.

  • Angel Heart

    Angel Heart


    The Long Goodbye meets Rosemary's Baby aka coolest fkn shit I've seen in a while

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    Absolutely captivating, from the archival footage of the opening credits to the very last millisecond of the film. This whole thing is filmed like a magic trick.

  • Evil Dead Rise

    Evil Dead Rise


    Now that's the stuff. Everything I wanted from the 2013 remake and then some. Give me 10 more of these, please.