Favorite films

  • Onibaba
  • Double Indemnity
  • The Deer King
  • Nope

Recent activity

  • The Man with the Golden Gun


  • The Princess


  • Day Shift


  • What Josiah Saw


Pinned reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    I laughed. I cried. I winced. I was definitely spellbound by the sheer cinematic storytelling that managed to make the absurd humor, offbeat characters, and frantic pacing all resonate with an emotional power that cuts through every multiverse. WIth an incredible series of performances, some improbable action sequences, and enough jokes to shake a butt plug at - Everything Everywhere All at Once lives up to its title - and more so.

  • Malignant



    Not going to lie, Malignant might be some of the most fun I've had at the movie theater this year. It's a giallo meets slasher meets psychological thriller meets haunted house film in the style of late 90s/early 00s Dark Castle Entertainment through the lens of James Wan.

    It's outlandish.


Recent reviews

  • The Man with the Golden Gun

    The Man with the Golden Gun

    Turns out Christopher Lee, in addition to all of the awesome things he was in real life, was also a life preserver because he's the only thing that keeps this film afloat.

  • The Princess

    The Princess


    Keep it simple, execute it well, and have fun. With The Princess, that's exactly the intention of this film. Don't overdo the plot, make the characters heartfelt, and - in the case of this film - proceed to slaughter 200 people in some outlandishly well-choreographed martial arts action set pieces. What more could anyone want, really?

Popular reviews

  • Siren



    The segment known as Amateur Night in the original V/H/S film was easily one of the highlights of film and when it was announced that it was being developed into a full film, I was all for it. Adding to that hype was getting Gregg Bishop to direct it, who was easily one of the names to watch after the hilariously fun Dance of the Dead back in 2008. The only thing that killed some of my excitement was that…

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Fincher, you mad genius bastard! Only he could take a film like this and make into a riveting, roller coaster emotional thriller that has even the most intelligent of movie goer leaning whatever which way he wants them to go. It's intoxicating in its subtlety, brimming with impressive performances, and challenging in its delivery. Bravo, good sir.