Dr. Ethan Lyon

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Favorite films

  • Dead of Night
  • The Passion of Joan of Arc
  • The Shining
  • My Neighbor Totoro

Recent activity

  • Charulata


  • Color Me Dead


  • My house walk-through


  • The Zone of Interest


Pinned reviews

  • The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

    The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser


    18th Werner Herzog (after Into the Abyss, Grizzly Man, Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, My Best Fiend, How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck, Wings of Hope, Aguirre: the Wrath of God, Last Words, Land of Silence and Darkness, Wheel of Time, The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Even Dwarves Started Small, Salt and Fire, God’s Angry Man, Heart of Glass, Handicapped Future and Fata Morgana)

    Thank you to everyone who came to my talk yesterday at the…

  • The Infernal Cauldron

    The Infernal Cauldron

    5th Georges Méliès

    This review is just a little thank you to all of the people who wished me congratulations on the The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat review (and indeed all the reviews on my profile) regarding me passing my VIVA and becoming Dr. Ethan Lyon, PhD. Still strange to say that. But there were so many people that wrote kind words and encouragement that I couldn't respond to everyone individually, so please accept this statement wrapped…

Recent reviews

  • Charulata



    3rd Satyajit Ray (after The Hero and Pather Panchali)

    Part 12 of February 2024

    This is what happens if you shut someone lively and curious in a house and expect them to be happy. No wonder that Charu has an emotional affair with her cousin-in-law, she's desperately neglected by a husband who loves her in his own way but entirely ignores her emotional needs. It's a world of intellectually gifted but emotionally illiterate people who feel cosseted by their reading…

  • Color Me Dead

    Color Me Dead


    1st Eddie Davis

    Watched with Max* and Stephen**!

    I have only a few lines to talk about Color Me Dead before I die of boredom, so here goes.

    Tryon is too vital to play a man who's dying so fast...but Carolyn Jones doesn't make me want to scream...like Pamela Britton, so...I guess *Yawn* that's...an improvement. The plotting...is much slower...than the original, perhaps...because it doesn't work...as a flashback...from *yawn* Bigelow's perspective (excuse me) and...so....any sense...of time running out is completely blunted.…

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