Favorite films

  • Raging Bull
  • Promising Young Woman
  • Anatomy of a Murder
  • The Truman Show

Recent activity

  • Boston Strangler


  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On


  • The Untouchables


  • Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.


Pinned reviews

  • Babylon



    Mr. Chazelle, I commend you. I got what you were trying to say about the magic of motion pictures, the hard work that goes into creating them, and a celebration not just for the actors but the stuntmen, production team, extras, background helpers that don’t often get the shining accolades. Blood, sweat, and tears go into the moments of magic that are enjoyed and remembered by millions; theaters being the beacons where people can leave reality for a few hours…

  • Scream VI

    Scream VI


    Maybe I’m just tired of having to get a crash course on what the rules of a franchise or a sequel pertain or having to throw out my logical mind when a plot fallacy occurs. The last two entries of the franchise did a great job of continuing the famed horror franchise while adding some new blood to carry on the legacy left behind by Sidney Prescott and co.; this entry felt like work instead of the fun I wanted…

Recent reviews

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

    Marcel the Shell with Shoes On


    The sweetness and sincerity can’t be denied and there are some moments of drama that strike on its intended effect but by the ending credits, I couldn’t help but come to the realization that this is a story suited better as a short film rather than a 90 minute feature.

    2022 RANKED

    A24 RANKED 

  • Scream 2

    Scream 2


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

    I am walking back my declaration of this being the best in the franchise; a lot of fun with its meta outlook on film sequels and the events of the first film being transformed into a film in the cinematic universe of Ghostface but it can’t quite hit the spark of the influential torchbearer. The final act fails to tie up the logical loose ends of the partnership between Ms. Loomis and Mickey and the head stretching choices of certain…

Popular reviews

  • 8-Bit Christmas

    8-Bit Christmas


    This is what Home Sweet Home Alone should have been.

    2021 RANKED 

  • Candyman



    The modern update of the supernatural entity known as Candyman is impressive how it weaves racial and systemic inequalities, generational trauma, Cronenberg body horror, and Hitchcock inspired atmosphere. Nia DaCosta shows that she is a student of the great directors whose bread and butter are psychological thriller/horror; the handle of the camera with its revealing close ups, hypnotizing tracking shots, wide angles, and upside down/reserve motifs keep the viewer on edge and enclosing the senses in an inescapable prison of…