Favorite films

  • Paris, Texas
  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1
  • Charade
  • Police Story

Recent activity

  • Suspiria


  • The Return of the Living Dead


  • Blade Runner 2049


  • Dorohedoro


Recent reviews

  • Suspiria



    I'm not entirely convinced Tilda Swinton is actually human. She scares me.

    I didn't enjoy this. It just felt like it went on for so insanely long and eventually I really just wanted it to end.

    I really, really adore the original Suspiria. This didn't even feel like it had any elements of that movie in it honestly. Obviously there are similarities here and there - but if this was made under a different name I don't think anyone would've…

  • The Return of the Living Dead

    The Return of the Living Dead


    As far as zombies go - these seem like the strongest and most deadly of them all. Unkillable, sentient, and fast. So what we end up with here is just a fun cat and mouse story where the bodies keep piling up every time someone sets foot outside.

    The best part of this is just how memorable all the individual characters are. Pretty much everyone represents a different subculture of the 1980s so it's pretty easy to tell who's who…

Popular reviews

  • An Elephant Sitting Still

    An Elephant Sitting Still


    If you can't find space for this in your top 10 then you're genuinely insane.
    This is such an unbelievably good sprawling epic that closes off every single loose end even if it takes 3 hours.

    I'm so grateful that I got to see this on the big screen. However it's fitting that my train was 30 minutes delayed on the way there, and the theatre was so full by the time I got there that I had to sit…

  • Ghost in the Shell

    Ghost in the Shell


    Visually staggering and influential beyond measure, as well as being possibly THE quintessential movie regarding the topic of transhumanism/posthumanism... But I couldn't help feeling like the story was a little rushed.

    There is a tremendous amount of depth crammed into 80 minutes and it's honestly pretty overwhelming. To have a movie be relatively fast paced while asking the question of "what does it meant to have an identity/consciousness?" ultimately meant I reached a point where struggled to keep track.