Aaron McCombe

Written a couple Screenplays. I could talk about Japanese Cinema all day.

Favorite films

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Chungking Express
  • To Sleep So as to Dream
  • Princess Mononoke

Recent activity

  • Prey

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


  • Burning


  • Fallen Angels


Pinned reviews

  • Yojimbo



    Saw this last night at the Cameo in Edinburgh such a good experience, wrote about the film for my major project which got me my degree. Going to include that peice as the review even though it includes more than just Yojimbo. But I'm very proud of the price as it dissects stories across cultures and similarities in narratives.

    Narratives have been told in many forms; from books, films, music, our perspective of the world revolves around the many…

  • Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time


    I don't always like or feel comfortable reviewing a film through a personal lens. Something feels narcissistic or manipulate about it but I don't know any other way of reviewing Evangelion without doing so.

    I found Evangelion at a dark time, the pandemic was 7 months in, and my childhood friend and flatmate had committed suicide, during this difficult period I used games and films to keep myself going. I had attempted to watch Neon Genesis Evangelion before, but now…

Recent reviews


Popular reviews

  • Funeral Parade of Roses

    Funeral Parade of Roses


    My first film of the year and first entery in my attempt at the letterboxd Japanuary challenge 2022.

    Funeral Parade of roses is an Avant Garde film that borrows styles from European cinema. It focuses on Eddie a trans woman. Although I found myself confused and feeling a failure to grasp the entirety of the film on a first watch this didn't concern me unlike other films as the slathering of editing and camera work the film provided was more…

  • Night Is Short, Walk on Girl

    Night Is Short, Walk on Girl


    Filled me with joy.

    A beautiful film all about life, art in all its many forms and it's connection to love and overcoming your fears and embrace your feelings.

    I'm officially a Maasaki Yuasa fan.