Favorite films

  • Bicycle Thieves
  • Secrets & Lies
  • I Walked with a Zombie
  • La Dolce Vita

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  • American Psycho


  • Tenet


  • Raging Bull


Recent reviews

  • The Fire Within: Requiem for Katia and Maurice Krafft

    The Fire Within: Requiem for Katia and Maurice Krafft


    "I cannot live without volcanoes."

    Whilst Ebert's remark that "Werner Herzog will die after falling from an airship into a volcano" seems increasingly accurate, Herzog actually takes a back seat with this one. Instead, he has chosen to craft something more akin to some of his most seminal documentaries, namely Lessons of Darkness (though not nearly as powerful, but then what other documentary has been?). The footage itself is truly remarkable, and certainly worthy of Herzog's narration. Unlike many of…

  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off


    "I had a grandmother once. Uh, two, actually."

    Some of the greatest comedic performances ever put to screen. Call it kinetic, emancipatory, self-aware, the important thing is it's a fucking good time, with an all-time great soundtrack to match. Plus, it's insanely rewatchable.

Popular reviews

  • Airplane Mode

    Airplane Mode


    god is dead and logan paul has pissed on his corpse

  • Hamilton



    What tragedies our theatres have endured. The worst thing about noted cultural tumour 'Hamilton' is not Lin-Manuel Miranda's ear-grating performance, or all of the typically cheesy, cloying theatre clichés, or the painfully regressive and ridiculously oversimplified politics (okay, that one is pretty horrendous). What strikes me as most insufferable is that 'Hamilton' is bad hip-hop, plain and simple. It exists so that a bunch of white, middle-class American teenagers can listen to a shitty studio album once and think that…