Aidan F

UK based music nerd and works in the film industry.

Favourites are first-time watches of 2021.

Favorite films

  • The Hunt
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • A Town Called Panic
  • Stories We Tell

Recent activity

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming


  • The Pillow Book


  • A Cop Movie


  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2


Recent reviews

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider-Man: Homecoming


    Oh, this is why people enjoy the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I get it now. I feel my avoidance of Marvel over the last decade has softened - even if it is a little. I'm certainly not on the same wavelength as Martin Scorsese or Francis Ford Coppola. Though I do love (most) of their movies: I think letting people have their fun is necessary no matter if the said film is a mega-blockbuster or an independent arthouse piece. Just let…

  • The Pillow Book

    The Pillow Book


    Random Blu-Ray Roulette: No. 9

    It's strange to think that with each Peter Greenaway film that I see, I get a wildly different reaction to every one. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover blew me away. The Baby of Mâcon left me startled in a "WTF was that!" kind of way. And this one, The Pillow Book, is vastly loose and perplexing, but sort of sexy and pleasurable to the human eye? What else sells sex appeal for…

Popular reviews

  • Phantom



    Week #3 of Film School Drop Outs Challenge 2017 - German Expressionism (1920 - 1927)

    My list | Original list

    F. W. Murnau was one of the most influential directors working in the realms of silent cinema. His adaptation of Dracula, simply entitled Nosferatu is one of the most beloved horror films of 1920's, Faust is an epic folklore tale that holds up upon multiple viewings, even when he moved over to Hollywood to make Sunrise, he was still cranking…

  • Strange Days

    Strange Days


    Part of my 52 Films by Women Challenge! (27/52)

    My only gripe with Strange Days is that it's such a missed opportunity to not use the song 'Strange Days' by The Doors. Bad luck Bigelow, I give your cult classic an A-. Minus that cruel factor, Strange Days is an utterly spotless piece of science-fiction. From the very first shot, told from the point-of-view of a bank robber where his heist goes badly wrong, the level of skill needed to…