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Favorite films

  • Django Unchained
  • Le Samouraï
  • Blast of Silence
  • An Evening with Tim Heidecker

Recent activity

  • Wingwomen


  • An Evening with Tim Heidecker


  • Anatomy of a Fall


  • Sicario


Pinned reviews

  • 3:10 to Yuma

    3:10 to Yuma


    I have no qualms calling this movie an outstanding modern classic; I respect it more ardently than I do most 21st century cinema. Perhaps that’s due to the age I first saw it, but rewatch after rewatch my admiration hasn’t wavered. 

    “They had a lot of weapons, mister… and they was shootin’ bullets.”

    And what a head-turning reference it is when Evans ‘recalls’ defending the US Capitol from confederate insurgents... some things, etc. etc.

    “The day I die, Byron, I’m…

  • Evening Plans

    Evening Plans

    Screened in the actual Filmhouse cinema on the big screen along with the other New Visions short films selected & nominated at the Edinburgh Film Festival this year - and what a strange & joyous experience. Watching what we made in January over in Leith projected for real was surreal.

    Hope to do it again soon :)


Recent reviews

  • Wingwomen



    Melanie Laurent was very nice to me at a party once and squeezed my arm and did her laugh and I will never forget that, so I will always like her and everything she does. And this is well directed! I hope we get more films like it from her!

    This has marvelous ingredients. Very good-looking people doing gnarly crime things in very good-looking locations.

    It’s missing a genuine setpiece though, something, anything to really tie it all together. And that ending… the film deserved better.

    But! C'etait fun.

  • An Evening with Tim Heidecker

    An Evening with Tim Heidecker


    “This guy’s like no, stop, don’t, d-… gimme a break.”

    There is no finer performance of intense contempt for one’s own audience. Every line genius. Love it.

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    Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein

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  • Annette


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