Favorite films

  • The Green Knight
  • Angst
  • Henry Gamble's Birthday Party
  • In the Mood for Love

Recent activity

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion


  • A Page of Madness

  • While the City Sleeps


  • Ex Machina


Recent reviews

  • Our RoboCop Remake

    Our RoboCop Remake

    Our RoboCop Remake is a fan-made scene-by-scene remake/parody of the original Robocop, in which every scene is produced by a different team of filmmakers. Just browsing Reddit once in a while might make one familiar with the best-known of the bunch where RoboCop shoots an accumulation of literal dicks. While that one certainly has the highest production value, all of them are competent on a base level. The entertainment factor, of course, varies, with the humor ranging from crude like…

  • Make Way for Tomorrow

    Make Way for Tomorrow


    I usually refrain from using the sort of informal, personal style for reviews I'm using right now, but I have to for this film. It and its reception is legit making me question how big of a spoiled asshole I am. (At least a lot more than usual.) The overwhelming general consensus and point of view of the film itself seems to be that the children in the story are selfish and ungrateful, and while I won't argue for the…

Popular reviews

  • Night of the Living Dead

    Night of the Living Dead


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

    Although Night of the Living Dead is the starting point of the whole subgenre of zombie films, it’s not primarily about zombies (or ghouls as they are called here). What it actually cares more about is the reaction to the zombie invasion. The beginning not only serves as a typical introduction to the threat by showing a young man and young woman being attacked, it shows Barbra being teased for her sheepishness and thereby establishing her extreme inability to handle…

  • The Hateful Eight

    The Hateful Eight


    It doesn't exactly feel like self-parody and it doesn't exactly feel like Tarantino jumped the shark, but The Hateful Eight most definitely does not feel as well crafted as any of his other films bar Death Proof. The bursts of gory violence are timed for big laughs, but the narrative lacks the usual mix of importance, freshness and cleverness. Awkward slow-motion, a puzzlingly pointless flashback and the use of a special narrator move the film past the edge to overindulgent…