Favorite films

  • 964 Pinocchio
  • The House That Jack Built
  • Psycho
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

Recent activity

  • Bad Ben


  • You're Next


  • Ready or Not


  • The Collector


Pinned reviews

  • Rehearsals for Retirement

    Rehearsals for Retirement


    I’m bounded
    Blinded across this tempest

    I watched this 2 times today as I’ve just finished watched this video right here, which made me start to think about videogames as a space for user creation and not only consumption. That is, taking other people’s work and using the same (in this case literal) assets to transform it into a new piece. That reminds me of course, even if only partly, of Gus Van Sant’s Psycho, which is still one of…

  • Psycho



    The art-popification of a classic

    You’ve seen this movie before, just like I’ve seen it before. The whole world has already watched it!!

    Gus Van Sant is aware of that; he’s aware that remaking one of the most influential movies of all time will only bring hatred and a new reputation for having made a β€œuseless” feature. But you know what they say, we all go a little mad sometimes, and that’s exactly what makes me declare Van Sant’s 1998’s…

Recent reviews

  • Bad Ben

    Bad Ben


    β€œI’m not scared, I’m a Christian.”

    What a riveting, self-produced, ultra-low budget, little feature we got here uh.
    First and foremost, I have no idea where Bad Ben delimits its bounds, cause they generally keep crossing from one to the other - the main two? Comedy and horror.
    And god does the comedy shine through, in a subtle way keep in mind, but it shines through.
    There’s a certain art to amateurish movies like this one, and while being excellent…

  • You're Next

    You're Next


    After my viewing of β€œReady Or Not” I immediately decided to give this one another spin, and au contraire of the former it gets a complete ideology pass in my book.

    You’re Next, even though feeling quite underwhelming and less entertaining than RoN in almost every aspect, is still a good, gritty look at the home-invasion sub-genre.
    But let’s get to the juicy part since, if I have to be completely honest, there’s nothing new or particularly interesting here.


Popular reviews

  • Fast X

    Fast X


    Unironically a masterpiece of maximalist cinema, and the negative reviews this series keeps getting are actually disheartening. It’s weird that some of the same people who manage to validate the entirety of Marvel’s output really can’t enjoy these films. I get marvel as pop-corn flicks but when we got to their actual foundation, it’s easy to see why it’s not solid at all - F&F however feels much more benevolent and, even though obviously a greedy franchise, it keeps the…

  • Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey

    Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey


    This is not creative at all. Could’ve gone all in and actually made something crazy. :/
    I’d tell myself that the sequel might improve on everything but I’d be lying, if it’s from the same guys it won’t be any good either.Β 

    Piglet nooo Piglet stop, stop Piglet, stooop, no NO NO PIGLET, STOOOOP, Piglet noooo, goddd stop Piglet, NOOOOOOOOOO

    Actual dramatic dialogue from the movie.

    You’re laughing uh. Cristopher Robin is getting chased and whipped by 7 feet men with animal masks and you’re laughing. (100% REAL)

    I’m so sorry you had to see this first Mexico, genuinely.