Ratings 1-10 score, occasional 0 too.

Will watch just about anything.

Favorite films

  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • The Lighthouse
  • Chungking Express
  • Gummo

Recent activity

  • Train to Busan


  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action


  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit


  • The Element of Crime


Recent reviews

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    Certainly filled with tension with some great sequences of action, however, I find Train to Busan lacking its own identity among other zombie films of its kind. Not to mention that it doesn't pace its themes and character development very well, often rushing through them for more emphasis on its set-pieces.

    Train to Busan could have also benefitted narratively if it ended when our protagonists were forced off the train by the other survivors. It would have helped tie its…

  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action

    Looney Tunes: Back in Action


    Nostalgia hits hard here for this one, and not just for that cheesy early 2000s aesthetic; poorly lit and rendered CGI, pager phones (they can download ringtones and, get this, make three-way calls), everything has a glossy finish, Jeff Gordon cameo, the list goes on. The fact I remember so much of the dialogue despite not having seen this film in almost 15 years speaks volumes about my bias toward this movie.

    Its execution has plenty of inspiration taken from…

Popular reviews

  • Ophanim


    Hello everyone!

    This is my first short film and I’m very happy with how it turned out. Shitposting descriptions aside (thanks to internet friends), this short is inspired by the works of Stan Brakhage and Hollis Frampton. You can find this short on Vimeo by following the web link on the page or on TMDb. Have a good one!

    Edit: Added Vimeo link for convenience

    Shameless plug by yours truly.

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    I would not complain if the entirety of Drive My Car took place on the road, as those shots along the road and inside the car are stunning. The shots of Kafuku and Misaki driving out of the tunnel into the rain and the scene where they reach snow-covered Hokkaido are absolutely gorgeous. In a film that contains auditioning for a play, Drive My Car juxtaposes such plot points with its themes of accepting who you are and dealing with…