Favorite films

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch
  • Melancholia
  • Holy Motors
  • Enter the Void

Recent activity

  • Take This Waltz

  • Working Girls

  • The Sentinel

  • Vanilla Sky

Recent reviews

  • Working Girls

    Working Girls

    “I’m already renting my body I don’t wanna sell my mind.”

    Fantastic film that in the tradition of Chantal Ackerman shows the female experience of sex in all its messiness. There is a marxist core with the lead character asking the terrible girlboss if she knew what surplus value was. 

    Incredibly vivid true to life sex scenes and very funny witty dialogue centered on the female experience.

  • The Sentinel

    The Sentinel

    Why doesn’t anyone talk about this movie. It’s epic and what a cast! Chris Walken, Tom Bereger, Jeff Goldblum, Ava Gardner, Jerry Orbach, Burgess Meredith and Beverly D’Angelo make up the supporting cast. 

    It’s a very complicated ecclesiastical plot but basically there’s a Brooklyn Heights apartment that is the gate to hell.

Popular reviews

  • We're All Going to the World's Fair

    We're All Going to the World's Fair

    Wow did I love this film! I genuinely feel like it was made for me.

    It really captured the loneliness of youth in post internet culture and walks a tightrope imaginary line between the supernatural and collaborative dissociation.

    Everything from the set, cinematography, distanced shooting angles and score really paint a picture of the wet cement that is the adolescent brain and the feeling of not having found your footing in the world yet.

    The perverse tenderness of the online…

  • In the Cut

    In the Cut

    A bold exploration of the double bind that is at the heart of female heterosexuality; the need to simultaneously be loved and cared for by your dominator.

    "How many ladies have to die to make it good?" "At least three." The film delivers on this promises.

    This is such a mood piece. I loved the cinematography, a lot of handheld following movement, which in a way mimics memory which our heroine Fran says cannot be trusted.

    Every man depicted on…