Favorite films

  • Her
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • The Truman Show
  • Inception

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  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


  • Delta Farce


  • Happy Gilmore


  • Metal Lords


Pinned reviews

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    Okay... In the last few years, we have seen tons of redos, sequels, and remasterings... Ghostbusters, Matrix, Buzz Light-year, Star Wars, Batman, etc...

    Some of these titles were my favorite movies as a kid that got me into films. I read and watched and palyed every possible bit of Star Wars material; however, Star Wars 7+ all disappointed me. By leaning into fan service and abandoning true originality, so many of these reboots have fallen flat or fallen into the…

  • Get Out

    Get Out


    What I love most about this movie is not the sound or visuals, not the cast or plot, not the blatant or subtle messages, but the context for which this movie came to be. Firstly, it is worth mentioning that this is a horror movie that uses PLOT to drive the stakes higher and higher - From start to finish, this movie is building up to a climax, meaning that the story feels very natural and “real.” With a talented…

Recent reviews

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Dude I don’t know how to feel about this…
    Sam Raimi is a 10/10.
    Visuals were a 10/10.
    Plot and stuff were close to a 10/10.
    The movie, as a whole, close to 10/10…

    My only problem with this is an unfair judgement. It’s not even about the movie… I don’t like the direction that Disney is taking most of their franchises right now.

  • Delta Farce

    Delta Farce


    Dante Alighieri wrote his novel Dante’s Inferno in the 14th century, describing the seven levels of hell… within the director’s cut of his book, you can read of the legendary EIGHTH level. This level is left only for the most punishable offenses, and it consists only of watching Delta Farce on repeat for all of eternity…

    In all reality though, this movie is the equivalent of getting a prostate exam by Negan’s bat, Lucille, from The Walking Dead…

Popular reviews

  • Astartes



    This is only a twelve minute YouTube mini-series, but its' raw production quality is astounding. Though I have zero context or background knowledge, the sheer quality of the audio and visuals being pr wanted is enough to keep you watching.

    In the same way that Love, Death, and Robots intrigues us so much, Astartes captures that same feeling. Also, it is important to note the fact that Asartes was created and deisnged by a SINGLE person: A true statement to the creativity and potential of CGI artists and animators nowadays.

  • Cannibal Holocaust

    Cannibal Holocaust


    It has been stated thousands of times by thousands of others: This movie is brutal, disturbing, visceral, and painful to watch...

    I think something interesting about Cannibal Holocaust and other movies with some extreme subject matter (such as the real animal cruelty, dramatized rape and murder, and brutality of mankind as a whole) is the medium in which it is presented. Obviously, rape and murder exist in our world and is, quite often, in our close community. That being said,…