Favorite films

  • At Eternity's Gate
  • Whiplash
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Paperman

Recent activity

  • Magnum Opus


  • Groot Takes a Bath


  • Groot's Pursuit


  • The Little Guy


Recent reviews

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


    To put a review of this film would be ironic.

  • Cloverfield



    Utilizing a down-up view of an American tragedy using a kaiju concept as metaphor for post-9/11 fears, the film unfortunately does not live up to its concept, only dedicating only parts of its narrative to further its subtext, with its handheld direction and characters being detrimental to its horror, ultimately coalescing into a schlocky B-flick than a fully formed allegory.

Popular reviews

  • Prey



    A, surprisingly, openly anti-colonialist survival thriller that stands firmly rooted within its beliefs while also bringing out spectacular set piece after spectacular set piece that aims to shock and excite audiences as Trachtenberg's sophomore feature that, despite some holes in its script, manages to provide a dazzling experience, especially thanks to composer Sarah Scachner's simple yet thundering score and Jeff Cutter's use of on set locations to highlight the primal fear of its title Predator.

  • Red Rocket

    Red Rocket


    "Homeless. Suitcase. Pimp."

    It's hard to write a review for something you're very unsure of. On the one hand, Sean Baker's entertaining and quirky dialogue and direction are admirable traits when it comes to this film. It is energetic, alive and I never felt bored watching it. However, despite me being entertained with this film, I was left with frustration and a willingness to throw this film down and walk away from it in distaste and not have to think…