Favorite films

  • Martin
  • Basket Case
  • Opera
  • eXistenZ

Recent activity

  • Def by Temptation


  • Tammy and the T-Rex


  • X-Men: Days of Future Past


  • Female Trouble


Pinned reviews

  • Dont Look Back

    Dont Look Back


    I love that as a documentary with no narration, no talking heads, and avoiding a single story, there are themes that are so prominent throughout the whole thing. You see real instances of fame, music journalism, idol culture, the debate on the responsibilities of an artist, and of course the music explosion of the 60s.

    And in the center of all this is the enigma that is Bob Dylan. It seemed like the press and his fans held him so…

  • My Own Private Idaho

    My Own Private Idaho


    Saw this at the Ted Mann Theater about a month ago and never logged it. Gus Van Sant spoke a bit afterwards and it was such a surreal experience.

    It's so interesting how River changed the entire meaning of the movie. I feel like his suggestion of making Mike gay saved the movie from being a surface-level Shakespeare adaptation. Its original themes of money and power feel much stronger juxtaposed with something as pure as sexuality.

    The crazy mix of…

Recent reviews

  • Def by Temptation

    Def by Temptation


    Had this on the list for a while and Im glad I finally saw it. I mean I haven't read many others' thoughts on this but how is this not more liked or more popular??? Maybe it's just Ernest Dickinson as the cinematographer and SFX guy but this felt kinda artsy, not a simple trashy Troma movie I feel like it may seem like to others or been presented as. The choppy editing made it feel more cryptic and the…

  • Tammy and the T-Rex

    Tammy and the T-Rex


    this wasn't even a horror movie until 2019. im glad they were able to finally present what they really made. could've done with less unnecessary build up and a more conclusive ending, but that dinosaur though!

Popular reviews

  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

    Home Alone 2: Lost in New York


    The traps here are more brutal than the ones in Saw.

  • Dude, Where's My Car?

    Dude, Where's My Car?


    I wouldn't be surprised if someone told me they used a 7th grader's Mad Libs to write this movie. It was like a Disney Channel Original Movie but they decided to offend 70% of the human population.