Kyle 🏳️‍⚧️ Tamburrino

Kyle 🏳️‍⚧️ Tamburrino


Favorite films

  • Jurassic Park
  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco
  • The Thing
  • Midnight Cowboy

Recent activity

  • Copshop


  • Beauty and the Beast


  • Happy Death Day


  • Frankenstein


Recent reviews

  • Copshop


    Copshop was entertaining enough to the point where it didn’t feel like a waste of time, but despite a fairly compelling first act and a completely ridiculous never-ending finale, the entire slow and uneventful middle of the film really dragged it down a bunch. Led by charismatic performances from Alexis Louder and Frank Grillo, plus an amazing showcase of scene-stealer Toby Huss (seriously, his character Anthony Lamb is hands down the best part of the film), this cheesy, vintage-70s-feeling crime thriller…

  • Beauty and the Beast

    Beauty and the Beast

    Beauty and the Beast will always has so much of my heart, with its wonderful charm and just how nostalgic this is for me. So nostalgic in fact that I even enjoyed the 2017 remake. Doing this play in high school meant so much to me, and so it’s really impossible for me to not absolutely love watching this. Personal bias aside, it’s still just utterly fantastic. The whole film, from stunning animation to charismatic and endearing characters to some…

Popular reviews

  • Pig


    Pig was an astoundingly tender film, full of devastation, loss, and grief while subtlety playing with the idea of a revenge film, all around a strong central performance (one of the strongest of the year). I really enjoyed the subversion, and how Nic Cage’s Robin used grief and empathy as his ammunition to get information, and not violence. It felt very similar, thematic wise, to Ratatouille, touching on how people wrap so much of their lives and emotions around the food…

  • Malignant


    Malignant was fucking wild but hooooly cow did I love it. Right off the bat we’re given the cheesy, action-sci-fi prologue with synth music and over the top acting, feeling like such an homage to other campy horror projects (honestly I was getting a bit of stranger-things vibes) I knew I was going to enjoy this film a lot. The story was interesting, captivating enough to not bore me and interspersed with genuinely horrifying thrills directed and shot by James Wan…