Favorite films

  • Blade Runner
  • Cruel Intentions
  • Pretty in Pink
  • There Will Be Blood

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Recent reviews

  • Snake Eyes

    Snake Eyes


    The first time SNAKE EYES landed on my radar it is when I randomly saw a post saying how the original ending was cut before it was completed. As a massive De Palma and Cage fan, I was interested regardless but for some reason I thought it was a languid drama about a gambler. When one of my friends recently watched it and I learned it was in fact a tight thriller, I put it on in short order.


  • Clean


    Adrien Brody’s 94 minute cover of “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)”

    There’s barely a scene in this that isn’t poorly ripped off from some other modern tough guy movie; JOHN WICK, GRAN TORINO, MANDY, and so on. The inciting incident doesn’t happen until at least 50 minutes in, let alone any action. Brody’s trying to demonstrate he can still be a leading man and drop sick beats. Roundly fails on both accounts. Some amusement to be found from the self-seriousness and nonsense writing (“sometimes I still wonder who’s the saved…and who’s the savior…”)

Popular reviews

  • Malignant



    When reviewing THE NIGHT HOUSE a couple weeks ago, I said this is what we in the business like to call “spooky.” Well, MALIGNANT is what we like to call “fucking awesome.” I mean, this is fucking awesome. It is the biggest most over the top horror film I’ve seen in a long time. It starts out already cranked to 11 and the highest points of it reach approximately a 327.

    Wan has spoken of the film as being influenced by…

  • Parasite



    Well this lived up to, if not outright exceeded, the tremendous hype around it. For all the praise it has been getting, what I did not know is that it would be easily the most entertaining and thrilling film of the year. There’s not much more one could want in a movie than what’s in all of this.

    Bong Joon-Ho is, of course, a master filmmaker who knows how to craft films as twisty as they are strange, as brilliant…