Neon Gregory Evangelion

Neon Gregory Evangelion

Favorite films

  • There Will Be Blood
  • King Kong
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Spider-Man 2

Recent activity

  • Dune


  • The Sting


  • First Blood


  • The Promised Land


Recent reviews

  • Conan the Barbarian

    Conan the Barbarian


    I wish I could have liked this more. 

    This is a film full of incredible moments: decapitations, a multitude of entertaining action scenes, quiet moments of ambience, sexuality, and snakes. It has production design that injects practicality to its world and a musical score that gets the blood pumping. So why does so much of this movie feel like it lacks a pulse? Does it come down to lackluster direction or the fact that the film’s source material consists of…

  • Chainsaw Man

    Chainsaw Man


    Chainsaw Man by Tatsuki Fujimoto has been one of my recent obsessions the past year or so. Few authors so expertly capture the anxieties and humor of young people the way Fujimoto does through his work. If his first long-form manga, Fire Punch, aimed to tackle environmental concerns that weary young people like me have, Chainsaw Man covers the modern domestic life of a young adult as they enter the workforce.

    Chainsaw Man, this portion of the anime specifically, focuses…

Popular reviews

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


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

    I was expecting something smart from Charlie Kaufman, but I didn’t expect this movie to rip my heart out the way it did.

    I’m Thinking of Ending Things reminds me of a lot of films. It has the abstract, metaphorical plot of Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy; a stark, outsiders-perspective on humanity similar to Under the Skin; a stress-inducing, hallucinatory portrayal of relationships, like David Lynch’s Eraserhead; a 3rd act that sends the main character on an absurd, transcendent journey ala 2001:…

  • King Kong

    King Kong


    I could probably write 30 pages about why King Kong is my favorite film, but for now I'll keep this as brief as possible. I saw it when I was young and it captured my imagination like nothing else, likely because of the spectacular action scenes. The action scenes are unmistakably jaw-dropping, but as an adult, I feel I can appreciate the film even further. Not only is King Kong an exceptional adventure film, it is an outright masterpiece of…