• The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    This is just a feature length version of Mac and Dennis move to the suburbs

  • Hostel



    A body horror that rarely flinches, some good acting and a slow reveal finale (if at the start too slow) which exposes itself as a genuinely interesting story and theory, with some good for thought social commentary

  • The Wolf of Wall Street

    The Wolf of Wall Street


    I’ve had my home theatre set up for about a week now and I’m still burning through some of my favourite films to christen it

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


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

    Phil Burbank is Ennis Del Mar 20 years later

  • Spider-Man



    I genuinely want to write a book called 100 reasons I love Spider-Man (2002 Dir. Sam Raimi)

  • Stranger


    Was amazing seeing this in front of a live audience of 300, incredibly proud of this one!

    Let me know if anyone would like a private link to provide me with a review and some feedback ⚡️ 🤫

  • All Too Well: The Short Film

    All Too Well: The Short Film


    Genuinely fantastic performances and screen direction, song gets a bit repetitive but it’s mostly solid and moving enough

  • The Change-Up

    The Change-Up

    Ryan Reynolds sexually harasses and assaults multiple women and Jason Bateman cheats on his wife but then we have to feel sorry for them

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    I’ll be back when I have more time to appreciate this film like it deserves

  • Stranger


    Super excited to say that my new film will be premiering at the Heath Ledger theatre at the Curtin Razor Film Festival this month! 

    I’ve worked tirelessly on this, and the outcome I’m extremely proud of, I think it’s the culmination of the best parts of the short films I’ve made prior, and it’s completely me, it’s the style I love and that I want to define myself to.

  • Stalker



    There isn’t much I can’t say that wouldn’t do this film a disservice 

    I needed this in my life right now, this film explores numerous philosophies and ideologies including homelessness, segregation, political corruption, military fascism, Christianity, religion as a construct, and many many more topics, and all of them are poignant, ambiguous, and weaved through a tapestry spearheaded by an ambitious sci-fi/fantasy plot which is completely engrossing, mysterious, tense, and darkly funny. The characters are all representative of different societal…

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills


    The first half of this movie was filled with fantastic minimalistic and smooth filmmaking, tension, humour, horror, and fantastic violence (see the amazing firefighter sequence). It sets up a story with protagonists who get some interesting development, Michael who is as scary as ever, and a plot revolving a hunt with intrigue and suspense. 

    The second half throws all this down the drain and wastes all of the potential. Wasted characters, strange non-sequitor sequences that can go 20 minutes without Michael, and ends with some Rocky 5 bullsh*t