• The Ipcress File

    The Ipcress File



  • Postcards from the Edge

    Postcards from the Edge


    A complete delight. Why isn't this a bigger deal?

  • In the Mouth of Madness

    In the Mouth of Madness


    This 100% inspired Garth Marenghi's The Dark Place - between that and Sam Neill's accent sometimes slipping into full Aussie, I couldn't ask for much more

  • The Lost Leonardo

    The Lost Leonardo


    Worth it for the bit with Swiss guy alone. It's impossible to leave this without feeling sadness deep in your bones that human civilisation has put its greatest artworks in anonymous airport vaults, as a way to dodge taxes

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    I've never really loved a PTA movie, and that's still true - the first half of this is pretty meh. But Penn, Cooper and other cameos livened things up later on and I enjoyed the shagginess and lack of stakes. Good tunes too

  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    So let's recap. Travis, the main character played by Harry Dean Stanton:
    -starts dating the mother of his child, Jane, when she was 17, and he was in his 50s.
    -was jealous, drunk and abusive - he would attach a bell to her ankle to stop her from running away from their trailer
    -tied her to the bed, as she and their child screamed
    -then when he woke up, and they were gone and his bed was on fire, he…

  • Enemy




    Worst Denis film by far

  • King Richard

    King Richard


    I like sports movies, why can't we have more sports movies?

  • Ghosts of Mars

    Ghosts of Mars


    Kinda sad hearing a John Carpenter film score turned into shitty early 2000s drop-D guitar chugging. Worse still thinking that I would've probably liked it better back then

  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise


    What on earth

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    The scene with the dad and son at the end is one of the best written things I've seen in a movie in years

  • Being the Ricardos

    Being the Ricardos


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Surprisingly entertaining! Maybe because I came in expecting absolute dreck, but caught myself enjoying this.
    To be clear, the critics are right:
    -Sorkin is a terrible director, but this is mitigated here compared to previous messes because it's mostly set on a TV set, somewhere he is clearly comfortable
    -The I Love Lucy of this movie is not funny in any way. And every second line is someone calling it the funniest thing in history. It's the Sunset Strip problem…