Favorite films

  • Mamma Mia!
  • Pulp Fiction
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • Mad Max: Fury Road

Recent activity

  • Kamikaze Hearts


  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors


  • Elvis


  • Christine


Pinned reviews

  • Capybara Walking

    Capybara Walking


    Letterboxd: A place that allowed me to discover my true passion for cinema, and as importantly, if not moreso, give me the push I needed to find the thing I love most: discussing film. With discovering Letterboxd in college (shoutout Jordan), I learned that I really did enjoy writing longform thoughts on film, and I got better at it the more I wrote and the more I watched. So I kept going and going, and even though there were some…

  • Three Headed Beast

    Three Headed Beast


    My god, this was unbelievably gorgeous and a deeply tender, naturalistic piece of filmmaking
    I have a lot to say about this film and the directing that helmed it, but i’m going to save that for my larger written coverage of the film which is available right here
    Just know, this absolutely blew me away and is an absolute must-see at Tribeca this year

Recent reviews

  • Kamikaze Hearts

    Kamikaze Hearts


    Deeply fascinating examination between two lovers trying to find an escape from the artform and performance they excel in
    It’s layered in tragedy but also a reclamation of sorts? Many thoughts, will write a longer piece on this coming soon to try and parse through them further
    Go see this at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg on July 19th if you’re able!

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors


    This takes the nightmares further into fantastical territory, which I felt removed the best horror elements I loved of the first two, but I also loved that this also uses the dreams these kids have as a means of reclamation from those very same nightmares… I just wish it was used a bit more to achieve some deeper catharsis
    The house being smashed up the Freddy worm is such a fun little moment, but between that and Taryn’s nightmarish demise,…

Popular reviews

  • The Favourite

    The Favourite


    To the Oscar selection committee:

    Nominate Horacio, The Fastest Duck In The City for Best Actor 

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Two words to accurately sum up this film:


    Seriously, Boots Riley has crafted an extremely original and inventive, albeit absurd and absolutely ridiculous film about a plethora of topics, all of which are extremely relevant to our current society
    Lakeith Stanfield is a great lead and I love seeing Tessa Thompson, but Armie Hammer really steals the show with what he’s given
    Riley’s background in music shines through the great soundtrack
    The film is pretty consistent in its…