Clayton has written 5 reviews for films with no rating.

  • Radiohead: In Rainbows – From the Basement

    Radiohead: In Rainbows – From the Basement

    The only takeaway in From The Basement apart from Radiohead’s mellifluous noise is that I need a Thom Yorke bobble head and I need it now. Expedited shipping if it includes the angelic wailings and Dragonball Z haircut.

  • Transformers: The Last Knight

    Transformers: The Last Knight

    Suffers from the same amount of murderous bloat and cringe-inducing robot dialogue that passes for humor, but this is strangely Bay's most watchable entry since the 2007 kickstarter. The plotting is still absurd but sketched out with a modicum of focus and competency others have lacked - especially the god-awful Age of Extinction - digging roots into history, some real and others mythic, that attempts to lend itself a heft that it frankly doesn't need and shouldn't be striving for.…

  • Transformers: Age of Extinction

    Transformers: Age of Extinction

    Surprisingly watchable for its first thirty minutes, then becomes the movie you always knew it was going to be when you saw MB plastered over it. Two fucking hours of it. You can almost see after every soul-stripping, product placing, exploitative, uniquely ugly, relentlessly sense-assaulting shot the obituary of New Hollywood being written in front of your eyes. Speaking as a child born in the mid-1980s with a healthy collection of beloved G1 Transformers toys still sitting in my attic,…

  • Dolittle


    I watched this movie.

  • Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich

    Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich

    A viewing experience outside the sphere of a star rating. About 90% through the first of four episodes we're told by an attorney that the two women profiled in the last 45 minutes are just the tip of the iceberg. Unfortunately for us, the dumbfounded, shocked and angry public, this exposé also feels just like the tip of the iceberg. The frustrating truth is we just don't know enough. Even more, we may never know the extent of the depravity…