25. Average film geek & aspiring script editor. 🏳️‍🌈

Favorite films

  • Her
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • Cloud Atlas
  • Alien

Recent activity

  • Black Mirror: Arkangel


  • Black Mirror: USS Callister


  • Black Mirror: Hated in the Nation


  • Black Mirror: Men Against Fire


Recent reviews

  • Black Mirror: Arkangel

    Black Mirror: Arkangel


    As you've probably noticed by now, my reviews tend to start with me applying some level of general context for my thoughts / opinions, to justify my critiques before proceeding in to an in depth analysis & so characteristically (since I've stayed true to that pattern of behaviour with this one), I'll begin by acknowledging the stiflingly large elephant accompanying me in to this room in a rather cumbersome manner; personally, I'm always uneasy when actors / actresses transition from working…

  • Black Mirror: USS Callister

    Black Mirror: USS Callister


    Toby Haynes.


    Toby goddamn Haynes.

    There's a reason why I've followed this guy's career religiously since 2010 (& that of his outstanding cinematographer - Stephan Pehrsson - who rightfully received an Emmy nomination in response to this 75 minute feature's release) from the age of 12, ever since being introduced to his incomparable talent, elevating "Doctor Who" S5 onwards as a kid - having practically grown up, admiring his distinctly bold, quirky, cinematic vision he's now increasingly renowned for…

Popular reviews

  • Air



    A nuanced & layered examination of man's desire to secure a lasting legacy (in whatever form it may be) for himself, inventively using Nike's seismically lucrative & defining deal with star Michael Jordan as a demonstration of the genius of creativity & thematic reinforcement of the fact that one memorable accomplishment is borne from the collective contributions of many. Subsequently, although only one may leave a signature footprint on this earth (for which they'll forever be remembered across the world), those who participated…

  • Boston Strangler

    Boston Strangler


    True crime really seems to have exploded in to the stratosphere (in terms of popularity) as a scripted genre (appealing to audiences who seemingly have grown increasingly morbid in their fascinations, as of late) & thus, it's no surprise to see that production studios are cynically capitalising off of that sudden demand (never to miss an opportunity, cashing in) by supplying us with a new take on the "Boston Strangler" story (one of the most infamous & instantly recognisable, technically unsolved serial…