Favorite films

  • History Is Made at Night
  • Raging Bull
  • Modern Romance
  • Woman in the Dunes

Recent activity

  • Where Are You?

  • Anima

  • Anima

  • A Fistful of Dollars


Recent reviews

  • Where Are You?

    Where Are You?

    To those who have recently followed my account (or to those who've followed me for a long time and have been wondering where I went):

    I'm still here - the pandemic coupled with the birth of my second child at the beginning of the year eviscerated much of my motivation to engage with movies the same way I used to. I continue to watch movies, very occasionally, but much less frequently than before, simply because I haven't the time nor…

  • Anima


    Favorite Albums from Q3 - 2021!

    Since March of this year I have watched precisely one (1) new movie, and it was a twenty minute short. (Tscherkassky’s TRAIN AGAIN, for those wondering. Might eventually get around to scrobbling some thoughts on it, but it’d take a few more viewings to firm up my feelings toward it.) But I can assure you I’ve supplemented my lack of filmgoing with an increase in consumption of music. So much so that I sometimes…

Popular reviews

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight



    I am frankly sick and fucking tired of this movie and the dichotomy it has created within the film community. You’ve got a surprising majority of people claiming it’s a cinematic masterpiece - the next CITIZEN KANE, 10/10, A++, “would let Chris Nolan fingerbang my senses again” - alongside a smaller but equally vocal minority lamenting that it’s the most vile, disgusting, contrived, and overrated waste of space ever created. With all respect, I will never understand people who…

  • The Birth of a Nation

    The Birth of a Nation



    A fascinating film to me for several reasons, the biggest of which might be its demonstration of cinema as a cantilever of force on a national stage as well as its ability to not only maintain relevance, but actually garner more traction over a century after its release. Granted, that traction is not of amicable nature—it is an ugly, reprehensible agency, but an agency nonetheless, and to ignore its influence on not just cinema but the United States of…