Favorite films

  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Peppermint Candy
  • Come and See
  • City Lights

Recent activity

  • Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman


  • Rurangi


  • Stranger Than Paradise


  • Slash/Back


Recent reviews

  • Zenith



    Zenith starts off well with an introduction to a dingy, near-future where people are losing the ability to feel certain emotions and the majority of people now communicate using only a basic form of language. The plot is driven by an investigation into a conspiracy theory involving secret organisations that rule the world and the protagonist uses information left by his late father to aid him on his quest. There are some fascinating ideas scattered throughout the story and the…

  • Karmalink



    This inventive Cambodian sci-fi combines Buddhism and dream logic to create a thoughtful mystery, set in a near future where neuroscientists are able to tap into people's minds and record their dreams. The world-building is on point and the arresting visuals make great use of colour to paint a vibrant and vivid depiction of entering people's dreams and visiting their past lives.

    For a story that focuses on a group of children seeking a lost artifact, Karmalink is light on…

Popular reviews

  • The Miracle Worker

    The Miracle Worker


    100 Essential Films That Deserve More Attention #49

    We can try to imagine living in a world where we are unable to see or hear but this frightening concept is always short-lived for anyone who can open their eyes and uncover their ears. This unfathomable condition is an affliction that befell Helen Keller and left her in isolation from those around her when she became ill at just nineteen months old. Only one person, Annie Sullivan, who was half blind…

  • Sorcerer



    100 Essential Films That Deserve More Attention #46

    After making his mark on the American cinematic landscape with The French Connection and The Exorcist, director William Friedkin boldy decided to tackle a loose remake of Henri-Georges Clouzot's thrilling French masterpiece, The Wages of Fear, which was also based upon the novel by Georges Arnaud. His magnificent vision of the existential thriller involved months of filming in South American jungles in a move that bears similarities to Herzog's ambitious and wonderful…