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  • Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
  • The Seventh Curse
  • The King of Comedy
  • Mulholland Drive

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  • Chaos


  • Citizen Kane


  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire


  • The Olivia Experiment

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  • Copying Is Not Theft

    Copying Is Not Theft


    "Copying is not theft.
    Stealing a thing leaves one less left
    Copying it makes one thing more; that’s what copying’s for.
    Copying is not theft.
    If I copy yours, you have it too
    One for me and one for you
    That’s what copies can do
    If I steal your bicycle, you have to take the bus
    But if I just copy it there’s one for each of us!
    Making more of a thing, that is what we call “copying”

  • Parasite



    Everything that can be said about Parasite has already been said in exhaustive detail ten times over, and the few people just now trickling towards it will find a dearth of human opinions, analysis, and overwhelming praise to sift through, making it impossible to have anything new to add to discussion that their fellow man hasn't already expressed in a myriad of ways. I myself normally wouldn't have much I could feasibly add, given how I've already delivered two reviews…

Recent reviews

  • Chaos



    It’s likely that Hideo Nakata will remain forever remembered solely for his horror films, he is after all the man behind Ringu and Dark Water, two of the most popular late 90’s/early 00’s J-Horror films and the two films that were translated somewhat successfully when Americans decided to make a craze out of borrowing Japan’s horror scene for ravenous audiences (audiences that stopped coming once we really fucked up One Missed Call), and those are among the few films of…

  • Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane


    No other film has recieved as many dissertations or detailed analysis like Orson Welles' debut film, no other film has used up as much ink, paper, and keyboards for the sake of dissecting it like the most controversial film of 1941, no other film has been consistently lauded and hailed as THE greatest film of all time and the reason for many filmmakers to start up their career like Citizen Kane (Vertigo's getting up there, though, I guess we'll find…

Popular reviews

  • Serial Experiments Lain

    Serial Experiments Lain



    Few series have had their legacy defined by mystique and complete obliqueness like Serial Experiment Lain, delving into complex themes like the nature of reality, identity, and communication just as the internet’s interconnected stream of information began taking the form it takes today. Forming a trifecta of late 90’s anime mindfucks alongside Neon Genesis Evangelion and Revolutionary Girl Utena, a…

  • What Is a Woman?

    What Is a Woman?

    Womanhood has largely been considered a flexible and indefinite term throughout the course of history, as the core understanding and nature of women as thinking, capable beings has largely evolved in psychological studies and realistic environments from seeing women as passive, weak individualistic figures meant to be subservient to men, to instead the (mostly) equal individual capable of their own destiny and able to hold independent or commanding roles in any modern-day setting. The roots of why, however, women are…