Favorite films

  • Audition
  • Cujo
  • In the Realm of the Senses
  • Vampyr

Recent activity

  • Nosferatu


  • Taste of Cherry


  • High Fidelity


  • The Royal Tenenbaums


Recent reviews

  • Everything Is Illuminated

    Everything Is Illuminated


    Fell straight in love with this Ukrainian/American roadmovie. Masterly combines dark comedy and historical accuracy. I'm not the greatest Elijah Wood fan, but this persona and the hole production is written on his face. Local Eugene Hutz, is nevertheless the discovery of this film. Even leading up to a little indie carrier for this actor. Gonna buzz in my head for a long time. Just remember that your life is illuminated in the light of the past.

    - Timeline: www.imdb.com/list/ls070144639/ -

  • Freaks of Nature

    Freaks of Nature


    "Insurance is for suckers son." - Chicks can't roll doobies and vampires explode in a bloody rain. This comical goofball tries to combine all grindhouse horror architypes, executed by a lot of talent. This rollercoaster ride could be much more refined, but it's honest fun. At least it tries to bring something different to the table, by putting known characters in an "out of place" perspective. Easy watch, put the popcorn on!

    - Timeline: www.imdb.com/list/ls076836618/ -

Popular reviews

  • Black


    Once upon a time there were two xenophobic Moroccan-Belgian directors who wanted an esthetic excuse, to express their racism against the Congolese community. This romeo and julia rip-off against the backdrop of gang-violence in the capital of Europe, made this possible. While the criminal tendencies of the Moroccan gang are romanticised, the Congolese tribe is painted as completely moral degenerates. As I am raised near Brussels, I strongly condemn this picture! Even if a lot of scenes where superficially striking to the eye. Adil El Arbi's political and ideological exploitations in Belgian mass media should be questioned...

    - Timeline: www.imdb.com/list/ls076836618/ -

  • Bare



    Will she be able to turn back her decisions? - An interesting ride it was. I thought that Paz de la Huerta's career was going to end where it really took off, at Choke (2008) and Noë's Enter The Void (2009). The recent Nurse (2013), was pretty much garbage. Here she is casted in a role once again that's written on her body. The performance by Dianna Agron is at least a pleasant surprise. An easy, well paced story. Hated…