Favorite films

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • What We Do in the Shadows
  • One Cut of the Dead

Recent activity

  • Dumb Money


  • Past Lives


  • The Half of It


  • Elemental


Recent reviews

  • Dumb Money

    Dumb Money


    Nice of them to make a movie out of my brother in law losing £8,000 cause he put his money into Game Stop stocks and held without selling for months.

    Feels bizarre that this is a movie when the story finished like not even 2 years ago. Talk about fast tracking something into production. But it's an entertaining film and Craig Gillesipe proves once more that he's one of the most versatile, profitable directors working today.

    Bet this will bomb though, I'm honestly surprised it was a theatrical release, it feels more like an Apple TV+ Original.

  • Past Lives

    Past Lives


    Rewatched this yesterday and I must say it's a much, much better film when you don't have to constantly move to see past a guys fat head and when you're not a trillion degrees warm.

    Absolutely adored this on a second watch, really quiet and meditative but so powerful and poignant in its message. I can see it getting completely goose egged at the Oscars cause of how subtle it is.

    Just please, give me original screenplay and I'll be happy.

Popular reviews

  • The Social Dilemma

    The Social Dilemma


    There’s a really interesting documentary intertwined with a truly god awful Lifetime style dramatisation that seriously ruins the whole film. It’s literally wince worthy and hard to sit through. All it does is pad the runtime. I feel like they could’ve fit this into a compact 40 minute short and it would’ve been really good, cause the core concept is incredibly interesting and topical, but the presentation is clunky to say the least.

  • Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman

    Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman

    Tone deaf exploitation film by a talentless, tasteless hack of a director. Between this and The Haunting of Sharon Tate, Daniel Farrands proves himself to be a borderline incompetent director who doesn’t give a crap about respecting true crime stories. 

    It’s also got to have some of the worst cinematography I’ve ever seen. Farrands clearly has a very ‘point and shoot’ approach to filmmaking cause there’s obviously zero thought put into the framing and composition of these shots. They all…