Favorite films

  • The Big Lebowski
  • Pulp Fiction
  • House
  • Magnolia

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  • I See You


  • The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters


Recent reviews

  • Synecdoche, New York

    Synecdoche, New York


    Worlds within worlds, stories within stories. A tale— if you can call it that— of life and death, love and fear, ambition and failure. Disjointed and in-cohesive, chaotic yet profound. About as non-traditional as it gets in this medium; yet the dark recesses of Kaufmann's ever-fascinating mind seem to effortlessly string together a plethora of thoughts, concepts and ideas into an intricately woven, precisely crafted piece of art like no other.

    Cotard proved to be the perfect vessel to channel…

  • The Witch

    The Witch


    Horror x52 - 2018 (5/52)
    #41 - Rewatch #1

    After catching up with "Hereditary" I figured it was time to give "The Witch" another go; to stay in theme with the "highly rated modern horror pieces".

    Unfortunately I'm still fairly indifferent to "The Witch". I've come around a little bit since my last viewing (up from 3 stars); but still don't really adore the film. It's fairly well made, Taylor-Joy gives an admirable performance as "Thomasin"; everything looks pretty good,…

Popular reviews

  • Hereditary



    Horror x52 - 2018 (4/52)
    #10 - Watch Any Horror Film At The Cinema

    Hereditary was good, no; great. Having been let down a after the raving reviews for “A Quiet Place” and “Annihilation” recently I was all but prepared to be disappointed by Hereditary too.

    Luckily Ari Aster, Toni Collette and the rest of the crew did not drop the ball on this one.

    From the beautifully haunting, creeping and voyeuristic cinematography to Collette’s deranged and wide ranged performance,…

  • We Are What We Are

    We Are What We Are


    Hoop-Tober 4.0: #2/33

    Having already seen "Raw" recently, and the Cannibal Holocaust/Cannibal Ferox entries for the "People-eating-People" section are, you know, those movies; my hopes on having a refreshing cannibal-related entry for this year's Hoop-Tober were resting on the shoulders of "We Are What We Are". Unfortunately that's not quite what I ended up getting from it.

    While the performances are serviceable, with Julia Garner being the stand-out and Jim Micke's direction manages to instil a matter-of-factly, oppressive atmosphere surrounding…