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  • Hardwood Process
  • Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song
  • Chad Hanna
  • Answering the Sun

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  • Just Beyond the Trees

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  • Just Beyond the Trees

    Just Beyond the Trees

    not sure why it’s taken me so long to log this here, but this film is the result of a year or so of work culminating in my undergrad thesis which i completed in december, and i’m not gonna lie, i’m actually pretty proud of it!! i’ve been a tad cagey about sharing it too widely, but it’s been long enough to where i now feel comfortable making it public in case anyone wants to watch it. many thanks to…

  • The Happening

    The Happening


    a film about what it means to consolidate matters of communication and distance in light of the total collapse of collectivist strength and the social utility therein—about America’s zealotry for strident individualism pushed to its ultimate end by nothing more than the wind through the trees. obviously stands out as the preeminent inheritor to the precise, anti-naturalistic mode of environmental terror that Hitchcock manifests in The Birds, though it’s equally obvious that Shyamalan has no interest in letting such anti-naturalism…

Recent reviews

  • Basic Instinct

    Basic Instinct


    (gay voice) bro this movie is so fucking hot

  • Atmosphere



    audience members at 09:58 in the year 1976:

    would probably work better if the conceptual gambit wasn't part of the description of the film itself, but it’s still fine enough as an experiment of sorts. that being said, not all structural/material/whatever-this-counts-as experiments make for art that’s actually engaging. it’s like Snow’s Back and Forth stripped of autonomy, but that’s also the (not very interesting) point

Popular reviews

  • Pulse



    Kurosawa’s Pulse operates on so many levels it’s tough to keep track of. That being said, it is essential to note that this is not a film about the social dangers of the internet, or what have you. Rather, it is a film about the degradation of human systems—especially those regarding not only communication but representation—and the means through which loneliness and alienation may proliferate as a virus in the wake of such breakdown. The fact that the internet is…

  • Offering



    i hope this is what dying feels like