Favorite films

  • Goodbye to Language
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • The Last Days of Disco
  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Recent activity

  • What Time Is It There?

  • Gammelion


  • Swain

  • Lysis

Recent reviews

  • Gammelion



    Some of the most inexplicably sublime audio-visual combinations are contained within the second half of this film. The whole experience is like having some cosmic backstracher massage ones brain from the inside out. If you ever have the privelege to be given the opportunity to watch this masterpiece, please don't walk out half way through like a third of the audience did when the reels were changed at tonight's screening

  • The Cruise

    The Cruise

    Who the hell is HeilZorak64 and who gave them the nuclear launch codes ? But seriously, this is one of the most explosive, bombastic pieces of raw contained energy out there right now. Everything manages to remain exactly calibrated too - like zooming through a cosmic four dimenisonal abacus at light speed, with each bead dancing fervently based on intricate, unknown mathematical formulae. Truly rivals the most bayhemtastic montages and has the same instinctual visceral dexterity as the best of Brakhage !

    You can watch this phenomenal work here : www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5wMvYgGL-4

Popular reviews

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up

    In this latest episode of who wants to be a post-modernist, Hollywood Hustler and former funnyman, Adam McKay, presents to us the most brazenly obnoxious and predictable attempt at political satire since his own witless "comedy", Vice, in 2018.

    Don’t Look Up is so poorly constructed from almost every conceivable angle, that it almost starts to function incidentally as some form of auto-critique – like a parasite on a mission to burrow through someone’s guts, getting confused, and starting to…

  • Elvis


    Elvis manages to reach this certain poetic beauty not necessarily through a singular brilliance in its wild use of montage, compositions and overlays, but rather in the continuous barrage of visual and sonic ecstasy which result in a kind of perpetual daze, where one’s comprehension of certain historical details or even just specific narrative progression turn completely into an amorphous gelatinous goo. This aspect of the film IMO is its greatest strength because unlike other recent grand attempts at myth-making…