Favorite films

  • The Marathon Family
  • The Sadness
  • Wax, or The Discovery of Television Among the Bees
  • Blood Feast

Recent activity

  • Soft & Quiet


  • Selfie Dad


  • Honorable Men


  • Final Flesh


Recent reviews

  • Soft & Quiet

    Soft & Quiet


    Oh my I hated this!

    90 minutes of racist white women being racist and basically getting away with it. God this got my blood boiling, I can't remember the last time I hated the protagonists (or any character, for that matter) in a movie as much as I did here. I came this close to turning of the movie multiple times while watching, but I decided to power through, in order for me to have an actual opinion on it.…

  • Selfie Dad

    Selfie Dad


    Christian comedy about a father who becomes a viral success on "UTOO" with his comedy, all the while forgetting about his family and religion, only to in the end reconnect with the bible and his family because, well, Christian movie.

    The biggest problem with a premise that involves a successful comedian is that it at the very least has to be a little funny. This is not. I was hoping for a so-bad-it's-good type a deal, but that, this is…

Popular reviews

  • Titane



    I was quite excited to see this, I mean I love Raw and this won the Palme d’Or after all! So it was quite the disappointment that I ended up not liking this one all that much.

    Don’t get me wrong, its a fantastically made movie. Very well directed, great, daring performances from the two leads, especially newcomer Agathe Rousselle. It looks gorgeous, with this high saturation high contrast cinematography. I just had a bit of a problem with its…

  • 964 Pinocchio

    964 Pinocchio



    If you've seen this you probably know what I'm trying/want to say here. If not, let me at least try and put it to words.

    964 Pinocchio is a Japanese cyberpunk movie that starts out relatively "normal"; A cyborg sex slave escapes, this girl finds him and tries to take care of him while the bad guys look for him. But then, when they bookend the first act with a clean fade-to-black, they decide to go all out.