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  • Husbands
  • The Exterminating Angel
  • La Notte
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  • Benediction


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Pinned reviews

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    “Sexier means easier funding.”

    “Crimes of the Future” is a title that nearly every one of David Cronenberg’s socially-minded body outputs thus far could’ve slipped themselves into – one in fact even did near the very beginning of the auteur’s illustrious career – but perhaps this now recently adapted 20-year-old script, initially scrapped right before his career began mutating into strict drama narratives, is the most earned of the name as an irony of it. See, these are quote on…

  • Memoria



    “Experiences are harmful: they unleash a violent flurry in the memory.”

    Finally, the hearing cleanse that I needed. To hell with going to the doctors; amiright? *delusional*

    Memoria, not to that much of a shock, is about someone uncovering the mystery behind her memory, brought to life when a mysterious, canorous thumping noise begins occupying the ears. She initially presumes that this noise is happening at random, appearing in jump-scare-like magnitudes of shock that catch both her and likely us…

Recent reviews

  • Benediction



    why does Jack Lowden look like a mix between Simon Pegg, Richard Madden, Tom Hiddleston, Henry Cavill, Russell Crowe, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Stephen Graham... and pretty much every other famous non-American white male actor?

  • Morbius


    i can’t believe i let memes peer pressure me.

Popular reviews

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    Warning: This review will contain excessive amounts of the f-word in the spirit of Tarantino.

    I remember seeing the second trailer for Tarantino’s ninth (but technically tenth) film way back in May of 2019 and thinking to myself “I have no clue what this movie is going to be about, but I’m cheer to see that the marketers have decided to not give anything away!” So, I just saw the full, two-hour-and-forty-five-minute-long movie…and I have to say…I still have no…

  • Joker



    Wow, I have…so much…to say about this

    Todd Phillips’s Joker is one of the most forbidding pieces of cinematic design to come to mind especially in recent years. Using its visually repulsive presentation to seize uncanny validity and to strike audiences worldwide of the truth about a terrorizing infection that’s leaked into the veins of every individual around the world, this film rivets its audience through all the grimmest corners of life before eventually abandoning them, pretending like they don’t…