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  • Manhunter
  • Perfect Blue
  • Ghost in the Shell
  • Blade Runner

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  • The Deer King


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  • In Bruges


  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


Pinned reviews

  • Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

    Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives


    Jason belongs in hell. And I’m going to see he gets there. 

    Woah? That was really good! After a few bad to so-so to just good entries in the franchise, JASON LIVES finally sees the series at its peak. It finally takes full advantage of its concept, has a really fun plot with campy tongue-in-cheek humor, and a vibrant distinct cast of characters.
          While I prefer the Tommy Jarvis from the last film (his intensity, violent outbursts and PTSD…

  • Halloween



    Come on baby, don’t fear the reaper. 

    Michael Myers as a natural disaster, as a whirlpool of death and malevolence, as a random act of god—or a machination of the devil himself. It is inevitable and unavoidable. A black hearted beast that chooses prey at random and doesn’t relent until it’s sated. Carpenter captured lighting in a bottle here; an atmosphere of impending dread that’s not been seen again in this series. Singular, terrifying, masterclass.

    Happy Halloween, lock your doors.

Recent reviews

  • The Deer King

    The Deer King


    Blood ties matter not, she is my daughter. 

    One thing about me: I’m going to always be a sucker for a found family narrative. Doubly so if it’s set within a fantasy setting. THE DEER KING neatly checks those boxes for me. While I don’t think it that strong of a film, I found it to be sufficient enough for me to enjoy! Gorgeous animation from Production I.G. and the story of Van and Yuna finding happiness with each other in…

  • In Bruges

    In Bruges


    “What am I going to do?”
    “Just keep moving.”

    Fucking christ, that was a great film.

    IN BRUGES is pondering quite a few heavy ideas throughout its run time. What is justice? Is redemption possible—can people change? Does living a life a good outweigh your past sins? Sure, this might be basic PHI101 discussion points. However, the film manages to be thematically compelling, conflicting, and deeply empathetic with its presentation it’s dilemmas.

    Colin, once again, gives an incredible performance and…

Popular reviews

  • Brokeback Mountain

    Brokeback Mountain


    jake’s asshole is stronger than all of the u.s marines combined

  • As You Are

    As You Are


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The "kill your gays" trope continues to ruin every LGBT film that interests me.