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Favorite films

  • Paris, Texas
  • Yi Yi
  • Autumn Sonata
  • In the Mood for Love

Recent activity

  • The Hole


  • Bo Burnham: The Inside Outtakes

  • Neal Brennan: Blocks


  • Red Notice

Recent reviews

  • The Hole

    The Hole


    The Criterion Challenge 2022: Round 2

    A disease that has wiped out almost all of Taiwan, and the few who have survived are left with an epidemic of their own: loneliness.

    For my first Tsai Ming-liang experience, I was never sure where was best to start, but The Hole seemed as good a place as any – especially in retrospect of the last 2 years. A mood piece curved with slowness and minimalism, shrouded in the apocalyptic gloom of new…

  • Onibaba



    The Criterion Challenge 2022: Round 2

    As much a parable of human desire as it is an allegory for the broader effects of war, Kaneto Shindō's Onibaba remains one of the most ambitious and transgressive jidaigeki films ever made. Drenched in horror and eroticism – unveiling a primal, sexual hunger – with roots in Buddhist folklore, optimising the uses of lighting, score, and editing, Shindō orchestrates a uniquely striking fable. Unafraid to bare nudity or gore, delving heavily into grief and the supernatural, and keenly reflective of the world's many dreads.

Popular reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    I always had faith. I didn't expect a masterpiece or the greatest comic book movie ever made. I expected a freshly stylised take on Batman, with great performances and atmosphere, and that's what we got. Nitpicks and minor flaws aside, I'm glad that my faith was not let down.

    Long live Battinson.

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up


    Excruciatingly dogmatic, annoyingly smug, and painfully unfunny. Godawful satire meets lazy social commentary, and what results is one of the most impressively subpar movies I've seen in a good long while.