Favorite films

  • Juno
  • Sir Arne's Treasure
  • Halloween
  • Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors

Recent activity

All
  • God's Country

    ★★★★

  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

    ★★

  • Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin

    ★★

  • The Matrix Revolutions

    ★★★

Recent reviews

More
  • God's Country

    God's Country

    ★★★★

    A woman gets whipped up in a minor quibble which raises to the surface her past trauma with institutional and societal racism, which when combined with a new traumatic event of the type, breaks her trust in the world she lives in. It is absolutely devastating to follow on occasion, and this film is very, very sharp in it's depiction of this journey.

  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

    Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

    ★★

    A bit of a weird struggle for me. I appreciate how hard this goes to being silly bullshit in a significantly different way than the prior movies, going way more down the route of the current style of Capcom games being put out, but it's also pretty boring for most of the runtime because it's a Johannes Roberts movie and he is still out here treating a Resident Evil zombie shootfest like it's going to jumpscare the shit out of…

Popular reviews

More
  • Antrum

    Antrum

    ★★

    Uhhh maybe there's a reason why most movies don't start with a 10 minute hype video about how sick the movie's going to be like fucking Flavor Flav coming out before a Public Enemy concert, much less end with 5 minutes of the movie explaining what all the spooky things you just saw were.

    A shame, really, because the part where you just watch the movie they made, it's not a bad pastiche of a very specific sort of 70s horror.

  • Sacco & Vanzetti

    Sacco & Vanzetti

    ★★★★½

    Two Italian-Americans get picked up for committing a robbery they didn't commit. They're eventually executed for this. Everyone knows they didn't do it but something of a conspiracy and the wonderful American judicial system, a system founded on violence and prejudice, will never let these sorts of things slide. The first half of Sacco e Vanzetti is a docudrama, full of passionate courtroom monologues, rapid-fire interrogations and beating of witnesses until they tell the "right" story to drive these two…