Favorite films

  • All That Jazz
  • Memories of Murder
  • David
  • Gasolina

Recent activity

  • Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

  • Fresh


  • Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes


  • Pulse


Recent reviews

  • Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

    Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen a mainstream studio release as incoherently put together and amateur-looking as this one.

    And after hearing what Ti West had to say about not having any control over the final product, it makes a lot more sense. It genuinely feels as if someone had reedited what used to be a comedy and taken all the humor out of it.

    The makeup effects are slightly better than in the first one though, I’ll give them that. 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Fresh



    — Can I get you something to, like, drink? Or eat?
    — No, just… just you.

    So many horror movies think they’re edgier than what they really are, it’s actually a pretty common problem. It’s also a matter of how to shock an audience, more than the shocks themselves. Gore? Been there. Jump scares? Boooring. Crazy reveals? No, thanks.

    I found Fresh to be way more shocking than I expected ‘cause I was waiting for the movie to ‘pan away’ so…

Popular reviews

  • Nighthawks



    The most groundbreaking aspect of this 1978 film is how absolutely boring and unapologetically mundane is the life of the lead character. That’s it, that’s the film. A boring queer life of night clubs and casual sex, and a day job with clueless straight coworkers. 

    There’s even time for a frank discussion about gay loneliness, about giving yourself up to the emptiness of being single and gay in a big city. The best thing about this particular discussion (shot almost…

  • Esteros



    Here’s the thing: at this point, we all know the tropes, twists, turns, and turmoils of a standard queer love story. So, in order for your movie to stand out from the rest, it needs to at least have characters that are interesting enough for us to care about their by-the-numbers romance.

    And that’s why I loved Esteros: sure, we’ve seen this exact same movie a thousand times before, but Jero and Matías intrigued me, I wanted to spend time with…