Favorite films

  • The Thing
  • Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
  • Island
  • Pump Up the Volume

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  • Ramen Sucker Punch

    ★★★★★

  • Over the Next Horizon

    ★★★★

  • Chlorine Reminiscing

    ★★★★★

  • Tootsie

    ★★★★★

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  • Ramen Sucker Punch

    Ramen Sucker Punch

    ★★★★★

    So I made a movie about the loneliness of men in the modern age. I called it Ramen Sucker Punch, arguably this film is my most openly political and confrontational movie. A film that I wouldn't have the guts to make a few years ago, its intense, a bit offensive, and something that I feel will make you question a lot of things. I wanted to make a movie that changed the landscape and paid tribute to my favorite artists.…

  • Over the Next Horizon

    Over the Next Horizon

    ★★★★

    Over The Next Horizon sets its sights high... high over the horizon of what most indie films made on a budget of hotdogs and handshakes usually aim for. I could admit that most of my own films are on a much smaller more personal scale than anything contained in this film. What OTNH sets out to do is contain a A24 style thriller / drama in a folk filmmaking package, and it mostly succeeds at this goal. First of all…

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside

    ★★★★★

    So I feel one of the few people who can fully relate to the experience Bo was going through. During the same time this was being shot I filmed a feature film during the pandemic entirely alone in my apartment with no one to help me. My film Sheep Theater was an emotional and cathartic experience something that took me through so much trauma, the fear of losing my wife, the fear of not surviving this fucking pandemic, the fear…

  • Drowning in Potential

    Drowning in Potential

    ★★★★★

    Life hits you like a truck. We see Dan (Dax Flame) open an amazon box that says 30 on it.. An ugly reminder that its probably right around the corner for him. In hollywood if you haven't gotten your shit together by then you probably aren't gonna make it as an actor. Drowning in Potential is for every creative person out there trying to make a go at their dreams. This is a smartly conceived satire on the allure and…