Favorite films

  • The Descendants
  • Paris, Texas
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • Taxi Driver

Recent activity

  • Lux Æterna


  • Close


  • The Fabelmans


  • Party Girl


Pinned reviews

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

    Marcel the Shell with Shoes On


    Nothing is more gut-wrenching than tears falling from the googly eye of a personified mollusk shell. In 89 minutes of runtime the audience is taken on a small scale adventure much like the videogame franchise Katamari-Domacy. In Katamari, the player takes small objects placed in a room and rolls around to become bigger and bigger, eventually capable of collecting trees, homes, buildings, and more. It makes you see the world as a collection of things within your grasp, all you…

  • TÁR



    Tár the film, much like it’s maestro of the same name, are drenched and shivering in the shadows. The maestro flitting between responsibilities with often flippant behavior that lacks empathy, but entangles with the forbidden explorations of love. The film cloaks the silver screen in a pantone of black, masking the images at times in chilling shrouds to mislead the viewer from what’s taking place on screen.

    Lydia Tár is exceptionally complex and heralded for her craft. Blanchett plays this…

Recent reviews

  • Lux Æterna

    Lux Æterna


    Much preferred the strobe-work and concept of CLIMAX, personally. While there’s some neat stylistic choices made, there’s also some mediocre ones at best. The plot was far too bare for my liking, leaving too much to imagination. That ending was wild, those with seizure disorders or extreme sensitivity to light are warned! Also, don’t pick up your phone after finishing this one like I did 😂

  • Close



    It’s rare that a film feels made for me.  Close is one of those exceptions, if not THE exception. Many details paralleled to my childhood, uprooting things I had long forgotten. This is why film is so important.

    More words to come, hopefully.

Popular reviews

  • Hereditary



    After viewing, I’ve added the below list as things I will fear in the near future:
    Dark rooms
    Weird handwriting
    Mouth clicks
    Brownies with nuts
    Car rides
    Awkward dinner conversations
    Red lights
    Tree houses 
    Conversational strangers
    My own Grandmother

    I prepared for this screening, knowing full well one of my best friends would need me to stay the night with her afterward. Her fear and anxiety turned out fine, mine however... I felt shaken and uneasy for 2 plus hours…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    If there isn’t a best actor duel on stage between Dafoe and Pattinson, I’ll eat my fucking shoe. 
    A fucking joy ride, mates. I ate every second of this up. My boyfriend hated it, but so it is. 

    A tale of a crusty old prune and a young buck finding his legging as a wickie. What starts as cautionary folklore, transcends to extreme madness at sea. The cinematography dripping in piss and shit; the score booming at every waves’ crash. The best of lines referring to the defecation of rare meat. What isn’t to love? WHAT.