Just your everyday film lover who enjoys writing. Godzilla snob.

I have a fondness for trash films.

Favorite films

  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Martyrs
  • Baraka
  • Dawn of the Dead

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Recent reviews

  • The Creator

    The Creator


    Artificial Intelligence has long fascinated both artists and the general public, though up until relatively recently, it has remained in the realm of science fiction. In the past few years, however, AI has increasingly encroached on our day-to-day lives, causing fear and elation in equal measure. Gareth Edwards' newest film, The Creator (2023), tackles the feelings swirling around AI head-on, though it could more successfully convey its lofty themes to the audience.

    The Creator takes place in the future, where…

  • Gorgo



    It was pretty okay! It’s definitely fun seeing London get torn up by a giant monster! Chibi baby Gorgo was cute too. 

    Very derivative tho, it’s basically a mix of Godzilla and King Kong. No memorable characters really. Some nice model effects and I liked Gorgo’s design! For whatever reason, the crowd running away scenes felt especially harrowing. The Vinegar Syndrome 4K transfer was vibrant!

Popular reviews

  • Men



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Alex Garland isn't shy about making ambiguous films--while Ex Machina (2014) was a fairly straightforward sci-fi flick, his follow-up film Annihilation (2018) delved heavily into surreal territory and had an ending that was cryptic to say the least. His latest film Men (2022) dives headfirst into full on allegory territory, and is destined to be divisive and heavily discussed for a long time.

    Jessie Buckley plays Harper, a young woman who has just exited a toxic marriage to her ex-husband…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    There is a moment, about halfway through this film, where you can pinpoint the exact second where the Disney suits said, "Alright Sam Raimi, you can do whatever you want now that we have all of our contractually obligated by-the-books exposition out of the way!" and off Raimi goes like a demon unleashed from Hell. They essentially let him make half of a horror movie with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), and that horror film is really…