Favorite films

  • Thoroughbreds
  • Climax
  • After Hours
  • My Neighbor Totoro

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  • Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

  • Climax


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  • The Matrix Resurrections


Recent reviews

  • Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

    Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

    The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard making my review super easy!

    This “movie” is entirely lifeless, bland, obnoxious, tasteless, and somehow manages to entirely waste the talent of Sam L Jackson even with MF being every third word out of his mouth.

    The credits are literally playing right in front of me and I’m having a difficult time recalling any memorable or funny moments.

    The one star is for a single laugh… or in this case, TWO CHUCKLES, and that’s likely due…

  • Climax



    I predict that one day this will nab the slot for my favorite movie of all time.

    Not there just yet, but I just watched this for the fifth time and it keeps moving up the list.

    Not a day has passed since I first saw this in 2018 that I haven’t thought about it.

    I love and hate the feeling it gives me.

    I’m traumatized and mesmerized.

    A twisted masterpiece.

Popular reviews

  • Raw



    My favorite artist is one whose primary goal is to provoke. Whether eliciting a love-it or hate-it response, the mission is accomplished if there is no neutral stance taken. If I had to guess, Julia Ducournau falls squarely in this category, of the handful of people that I've shown this film to, as well as the general sentiment from the Letterboxd community, it would seem that no one is neutral on Raw.

    I feel bad for those who walked out…

  • Hereditary



    When myself and two buddies were driving back from a hike up at Roman Nose in North Idaho, I learned that one of them was really into horror films. This blew my mind because I never would have suspected that claim from this guy, but I was delighted!

    After convincing our horror-loving friend that Salo was a very different kind of... well, everything, we settled on Hereditary, and my sigh of relief could be heard for miles.

    But on to…