Favorite films

  • There Will Be Blood
  • Memories of Murder
  • Oldboy
  • Amadeus

Recent activity

  • Strange World

  • Blonde

  • She Said

Pinned reviews

  • Florida Man

    Florida Man

    The Trailer 

    The Complete Fuckin' Film, All 79 Minutes Of It

    Dearest Letterboxd friends,

    I have released a feature film. I shot it in February 2020 in Apollo Beach, Florida with a skeleton crew and cast and very little money. I think we did a fantastic job despite the constraints. I love the movie. I hate it too, but I love it. It would mean the world to me if any of you decide to watch. I’ve linked the trailer…

  • Gaming Wall St

    Gaming Wall St


    Hey look, I helped make this thing!!! 

    Hi y’all - I’m happy to announce that Gaming Wall Street - a documentary about the GME short squeeze and our financial system at large - is now streaming on HBO Max. 

    I was a Story Editor on the project, and helped bring our characters to life and weave the narrative elements together. 

    I had a blast working on this documentary, and hope you will get to watch it and enjoy it.

Recent reviews

  • Strange World

    Strange World

    The creature and world designs are outstanding. I only wish the efforts were matched when writing the script, whose characters feel one-dimensional in comparison. It’s a shame, because the overarching plot actually has some interesting developments late in the game, but the ham-fisted dialogue and character building took me out of it. 

    It starts with a nice 2D animated intro, all of which made me pine for Disney to go back to 2D animation. This would’ve looked so good with it.

  • Blonde


    I wanna shout out my friend Evan Williams, who plays one of the Jr’s (Eddy Robinson) and does a fantastic job. 

    While I’m not sure the movie as a whole hit for me, there’s one thing you cannot deny: on a technical level, this is one of the most incredible looking movies of the year, with images that are absolutely unmatched.

Popular reviews

  • Pretend That You Love Me

    Pretend That You Love Me

    A film made by Letterboxd user Joel Haver. You can support the artist and watch it on YouTube for free here. 

    Pretend That You Love Me is a visceral example of no-budget, independent filmmaking that rises above the crop of semi-improvised mumblecore films to bring something truly unique to the genre. Primarily a dating movie for much of its runtime that draws from different examples (episodes of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None came to mind for me), it throws a curveball a little over…

  • Hide and Seek

    Hide and Seek

    Watch Hide and Seek here

    Hello, my friends. I have a very special post for you today! 

    Hide and Seek was my first foray into filmmaking after three years of trying to pursue a career solely in front of the camera. Realizing the lack of opportunity for unknowns such as myself, I decided the best route toward eventual steady work in the field would be through creating my own content. I met my wonderful friend Salvatore Frederick while we lived…