Favorite films

  • The Adventures of Robin Hood
  • Mandy
  • Drive
  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Recent activity

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

  • Princess Mononoke

  • The Valet

  • Top Gun: Maverick

Recent reviews

  • The Valet

    The Valet

    My parents are fans of the original French film, so I put this on while they were in town, naturally.

    Great cast!

    Most of all though, I loved seeing the Pico Union neighborhood get the big-screen treatment-- I lived at the intersection of Pico Union and Koreatown for the first 3 years I lived in LA, and it's such a vibrant area.

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future

    I've had stomach problems for well over a year now, and just like how watching Scanners while experiencing a migraine was surprisingly perfect, Crimes of the Future and its eXistenZ aesthetic--personally speaking--really hit the spot today.

    Let's just say that if "surgery is the new sex," I'm really looking forward to getting laid soon.

    Also, fantastic, favorite performance by Kristen Stewart that I've seen, plus Viggo Mortenson AND Howard Shore together again!?! I'm looking at a replica of Aragorn's sword mounted on my wall as I type this.

    "All hail the new new flesh!"

Popular reviews

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    To start, this is one of the best-paced movies I've ever seen; it refuses to slow down, even when the cars do.
    George Miller has crafted one of the greatest action movies of all time, as he deftly builds the story and characters within the action scenes, without pulling you out of them.
    All of the mythology in the film, from the war boys and their religion to the various clans and their turf are presented in a way that…

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    Now here is a genuine movie that captures so many aspects of a relationship in the most honest way possible, even when the film dips its toes into the realm of science-fiction.
    Watching this movie, I got the feeling that I was watching a real relationship blossom and break, and although Kate Winslet went a little into the MPDG range, her character totally spun it around in the end. Much like Adaptation--also penned by Charlie Kaufman--the film is impressive not…