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  • The Road

    The Road


    Cormac McCarthy...

    Man, few people have impacted my life as much as Cormac McCarthy. I've always found the whole para-social nature people have with celebrities and artists to be odd. I get being a fan but Stan culture is so fucking weird and has only gotten worse in the age of social media. However, as I saw the news that Cormac McCarthy, an 89 year old guy, has past away I'm ironically left feeling rather deflated. I never knew him…

  • Manhunter



    β€œManhunter” is my favourite film of all time and it’s the film that changed my life.

    This review is filled with spoilers and it's going to go deep into my lore. I figured I needed to give the appropriate history as to why this film means so much to me. So, if you’re even remotely interested, kick back and allow me to stroll down memory lane for posterity sake.

    So, for the majority of my life I was never really…

Recent reviews

  • The Bride of Frankenstein

    The Bride of Frankenstein


    *Spoiler alert*

    Pretty much everything I said in my "Frankenstein" review applies here so I won't get too far into the weeds with this one. "The Bride of Frankenstein" is the perfect sequel. It pretty much created the cinematic template for not only expanding a preexisting story, but furthering its themes whilst introducing new elements seamlessly. The natural progression was obviously to address the monster's loneliness and ostracism from society, this first takes form in him finding kinship with a…

  • The Wolf Man

    The Wolf Man


    The Wolf Man is a wonderful genre pic that tells the tragic story of a man whose life is altered after he's bitten by a werewolf. It's a simple tale but the underlying subtext makes it one of the strongest entries in the Universal Monster library. It's a film that can be enjoyed on the surface level but the deeper themes of life changing illness/disease is one that I find relatable.

    Larry Talbot, played with poignant sadness by the great…

Popular reviews

  • Charade



    "Charade" is the most Hitchcockian Hitchcock that Hitchcock never Hitchcocked.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    I think it goes without saying amongst fellow film aficionados that we all love films, especially the great ones. However, through years of watching films I've noticed that there seems to be that one film which is hugely popular, yet when you sit down to watch it you can't understand why it's held in such high esteem. For me it's only happened a couple of times, but I unfortunately have to add "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" to the…