Favorite films

  • Carrie
  • Black Christmas
  • Phantom Thread
  • Inside

Recent activity

  • The Traveler


  • Time to Love


  • Violent Night


  • Amityville: The Evil Escapes


Pinned reviews

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    Capitalism declares winners and losers yet demands everyone to hold a religious-like fanaticism to its wonders, oftentimes by pointing out the trumped-up horrors of non-capitalistic countries. The loyal defense of capitalism from its winners - basically equating their feelings of the system to how they feel about god and patriotism - is of course not surprising. Who wouldn't worship a system that holds you up and shows you off as a champion. But it's the losers of the system who…

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


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

    Probably my favorite movie of the 21st century and one of my favorites of all time. It's my birthday, so it was the first movie I thought to rewatch to celebrate.

    What makes this movie special is it can be watched on a more surface level as a neo-western, with some twists and turns thrown in; it can be watched as an older man coming to terms with the chaos of a new violent world; or it can be watched…

Recent reviews

  • The Traveler

    The Traveler


    I love neorealism cinema. It can be so invigorating in the way it transcends the medium that nothing has to be happening.

    And trying to get to a soccer game is pretty damn close to nothing.

  • Time to Love

    Time to Love


    A man falls in love with a woman's picture and when she falls for him simply because he loves her picture, he wants nothing to do with her. He just loves the picture.

    But slowly he begins to realize that love is more than just staring at a picture for hours on end, so he begins to fancy the idea of a relationship with her. The problem is she is already kinda in a relationship with some bloke who is incredibly homicidal.

    This movie is so goofy. But I love it because it's so earnest.

Popular reviews

  • X



    Texas Chainsaw ASSacre

  • Pearl



    Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Boogie Nights gets traded in for Carrie and Wizard of Oz in an outstanding prequel that only makes X that much better.

    Pearl isn't just the random homicidal maniac awoken one evening to give X a villain, but rather a terrifying manifestation of someone who was never given a chance at their dream. Who is told that practicality and reality are what society wants, even though it constantly tells you to have a dream. That same…