Favorite films

  • Boogie Nights
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • GoodFellas
  • Pulp Fiction

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  • Lamb


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  • The French Dispatch


Recent reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Finally got to see Edgar Wright’s newest cinematic opus. He is one of the great modern filmmakers that you can tell is a true film scholar (ala QT & PTA) and he has delivered what will surely become his biggest cult classic.

    Shades of Lynch’s Mulholland Dr, Refn’s The Neon Demon and Noe’s Enter The Void, this is absolutely a visual feast…and I’m sure I will even love this film even more on multiple late night viewings in the years to…

  • Lamb



    The less you see or know about this movie beforehand, the more you’ll enjoy the impact of all the twists and turns of this incredible film.

    This surely isn’t for everyone…it’s a slow burn with minimal dialogue…but if you dig stuff like Under The Skin, Tusk or Lars von Trier, you’re gonna love this!

    Absolutely gorgeous Icelandic scenery, beautiful cinematography and Noomi Rapace is amazing as always.

    Stunning debut from Valdimar Jóhannsson with what will surely become an all time cult classic.

Popular reviews

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    Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces


    OK, I'll admit it....as one of the biggest TP freaks on Earth, I hadn't watched this yet!!!!

    When I bought the Blu-ray Box Set the day it came out in 2014, I wanted to save this until after I did a rewatch in order to fully be back in "Peaks-Mode" to enjoy it.

    Honestly, I just expected an extended group of deleted scenes like any DVD bonus feature...

    I had no idea how mind blowing this footage was and absolutely…

  • Joker



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    Wow...and BLOWN AWAY I am!!! This was absolutely incredible. And yes, the Scorsese tone was absolutely spot on!
    It’s an obvious homage to both Taxi Driver and The King Of Comedy...with Arthur…