Favorite films

  • The House I Live In
  • Lake of Fire
  • American Pimp
  • Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.

Recent activity

  • The Passenger


  • Scout's Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America


  • The YouTube Effect


  • Angle


Recent reviews

  • The Passenger

    The Passenger


    Remember that famous scene in Fight Club where Brad Pitt drags a convenience store clerk to the alleyway of a bungalow and threatens to shoot him in the face if he doesn’t go back to school to fulfill his dream of becoming a veterinarian? The Passenger feels like that scene but stretched out to ninety minutes. That’s not necessarily a knock, I had a lot of fun getting high on the movies fumes of anxiety and suspense. But I couldn’t help but…

  • Scout's Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America

    Scout's Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America


    All the respect in the world to the victims who told their stories and are fighting to cripple these stone aged institutions hiding behind the thinnest veneer of ignorance. I know it’s difficult for any true victim to come forward against those who preyed on them but I think we all know what kinds of stigmas become attached to boys/men who’ve been taken advantage of by older men claiming to be their mentors and authority figures. This one was a tough watch but necessary, I think, especially for people like myself who are responsible for protecting the children we love.

Popular reviews

  • The Help

    The Help


    My big issue with this movie is that the Skeeter character should just be excised entirely. If you want to tell a story about black maids, why do we need a white character as a buffer? Ultimately, it ends up turning into white savior bullshit. 

    That said, this movie is fucking stacked with amazing actresses. I’m not kidding when I say that this thing had one of the greatest casts ever assembled. And, in the midst of several terrific performances, Viola…

  • Straight Up

    Straight Up


    This is how you do a great romantic comedy, a novel twist on the genre backed up by a well-written script. Not to mention the incredible chemistry between the two leads. Looking forward to whatever this filmmaker does next.