Giorgio Vega

Writer / Director. Horror lover. Cinephile.
Wish life was a John Hughes movie.


Favorite films

  • Suspiria
  • Climax
  • The Shining
  • Paris, 13th District

Recent activity

  • X-Men: Apocalypse


  • X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut


  • X-Men: First Class


  • X


Recent reviews

  • X-Men: Apocalypse

    X-Men: Apocalypse

    This is a much underrated entry into the X-Men movie canon. It sits between the older Wolverine-centric Bryan Singer X-Men movies and the efforts to reboot that universe centred around a young Xavier, Magneto and Mystique.

    Whilst there were so many great/promising additions and points to this movie, they seemed counterbalanced by poor filmmaking decisions.

    Primarily, as mentioned, this set of X-Men seemed to exist in a rebooted world within a reboot (i.e. set two decades after events of First…

  • X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut

    X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut

    I urge everyone to watch the Rogue Cut. Why it wasn't the official version I don’t know, other than maybe the longer runtime. But it is the superior cut!

    This film set a lot of trends as it is in a fashion a multiverse MCU movie masquerading as a terminator sci fi time travel film.

    I remember being excited for the superhero cameos and returning actors from previous instalments – which reminded me of the recent Doctor Strange Multiverse of…

Popular reviews

  • Finch



    The special fx are superb in this post apocalyptic emotional rollercoaster. The film is cleverly written wherein the plot is laden with elements designed to tug at your heartstrings. Resulting in a sort of combination of I AM LEGEND (2007), CHAPPIE (2015) and a John Lewis advert.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


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

    Edgar Wright's direction is brilliant, packing in many shots. The film certainly cements him as one of the best directors around. Both the direction and the unnerving escalation of the plot made me anxious. I found myself viscerally interacting; whether it was to narrative injustice, anger at bullies, or the hypnotic nature of the onscreen horror.

    Anya Taylor Joy and Thomasin McKenzie put in powerful performances, as the camera hypnotically whirls and moves through intricate and superbly clever direction. But…