Favorite films

  • Donnie Darko
  • Coraline
  • Scream
  • The Haunting of Hill House

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  • Freaky Friday


  • Ron's Gone Wrong


  • The Witches of Eastwick


  • The Invisible Man


Pinned reviews

  • Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

    Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

    It's 2010, and my little sister loves Justin Bieber. I'm a year older than her, committed to being an edge lord, and share 'Justin Bieber is gay' memes on Facebook. Disliking him was a competitive sport, and still is. I drew mustaches on her posters, wrote insults on her My World CD and made fun at every opportunity. Karma awaited me.

    It's 2011, and out of morbid curiousity I click on a Justin Bieber music video on YouTube. A young…

  • Spider-Man 2

    Spider-Man 2


    As potent now as the first time I saw it, Spider-Man 2 retains its legacy of being an authentic ode to the selflessness of heroism, and the double sided coin of it.

    With injections of horror, comedy and action, Raimi's second entry into his trilogy has everything, but it chooses to hone in on the identity crisis Peter Parker faces and what he means to his city.

    Spider-Man 2 works because it feels like a rightful representation of what that…

Recent reviews

  • Freaky Friday

    Freaky Friday


    Got some takeout and watched this with my own crypt keeper tonight! She really enjoyed it but every few minutes would claim she recognised someone but was clearly wrong: "Was that Winona Ryder?"

  • Ron's Gone Wrong

    Ron's Gone Wrong


    Seemed really unoriginal to me but thought it was sweet nonetheless

Popular reviews

  • Bride Wars

    Bride Wars


    Amazing how much of this could have been avoided by them just marrying each other

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    "I saw her for a last time. She did not see me."

    I often think of all the people throughout history that had no choice but to love in secret. Whose every day lives were weighed on by a repression that crushed their hearts and filled them with unspeakable resentment for a world that wasn't ready for them yet. It's solitude, and emotional torture. And all they could hope for was "in another life...".

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire…