Favorite films

  • Tenet
  • L'Argent
  • A Woman Under the Influence
  • The Immigrant

Recent activity

  • Moonstruck


  • Fear Street: 1994

  • Antonyms of Beauty


  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw


Recent reviews

  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw

    Spiral: From the Book of Saw

    One of those rare films that makes me wonder if I even like movies as an art form. This is, like, misguided to a genuinely impressive degree, terrible (and even worse, lazy!!) in every aspect other than the traps which are thankfully still at least fun for their brief appearances and so politically baffling that it’s humorous. I keep on watching these Saw movies and hoping for that moment that the cinematic dots connect, but it seems like beyond the…

  • Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

    Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar


    This review is also available on my Blog.

    Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar - which I’ll be shortening to Barb and Star for the majority, if not the entirety, of this review - is one of those more interesting cases with a film wherein I think any individual will either really enjoy it or not take to it much at all. Its odd surrealist world and extremely over the top ridiculousness will alienate many and perhaps please…

Popular reviews

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    The Unforgiven of the gangster epic. God, that final thirty minutes is a gutpunch that one can’t prepare for. A movie bound to haunt and linger. I might come back around to writing more on this, but for now I’m just a little knocked around and speechless. De Niro and Pesci give career best performances, and Scorsese makes his greatest since The Age Of Innocence... if not ever. An extended held breath of a movie, and the exhale is as…

  • My Week with Marilyn

    My Week with Marilyn

    Ironically, for a film that claims to want to shine a light on how the sexualisation Marilyn experienced ultimately ruined her life completely and left her a drug addicted, alcohol abusing shadow of who she once was, this quickly goes from an okay tribute romantic-drama-comedy into something that sexualises Monroe further, mythicises Monroe (despite the fact that it touches on how her fame and the expectations of those around her hurt her so severely and so frequently) and further exploits…