Favorite films

  • Blade Runner
  • The Evil Dead
  • Ghostbusters
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

Recent activity

  • Dirty O'Neil


  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


  • Crazy Mama


  • Rampage


Recent reviews

  • Dirty O'Neil

    Dirty O'Neil

    A sexploitation movie bordering on softcore before it turns into a "Dirty Harry/Death Wish" riff, where Morgan Paull's titular small-town cop is forced to find his inner brutish masculinity in addition to his hedonistic virility. And, wouldn't you know it, but that allows him to finally melt the local ice queen! Not deep enough to make its content morally suspect, co-director Lewis Teague (on loan from New World Pictures) helps writer and co-director Leon Capetanos keep the film engaging, giving…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    The optimistic existentialist flip-side to "nothing matters"--what if everything mattered? What if empathy could be a constructive weapon? What if a once-huge child actor could come back in a big way and make it seem like he'd never left? What if an international movie star finally got the leading role she'd always deserved? What if the weirdos who made Lil' Jon music videos and the farting corpse movie went bigger, not smaller, for their follow-up feature? What if people had hot dogs for fingers?

    It's great to have a film that asks the big questions and answers them in the most exciting, innovative and heartwarming manner.

Popular reviews

  • Coming Home in the Dark

    Coming Home in the Dark

    Character: let’s not drag this out any longer

    Coming Home in the Dark: *proceeds to drag it out longer*

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    ‪THE IRISHMAN (or, I Heard YOU Paint Houses) is a reckoning with legacy, morality, and loyalty. De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci give layered and vibrant performances—some of the best in their careers. Haunting in its reflectiveness. Also, I really want some ice cream now.‬