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  • A Life in Our Times

    A Life in Our Times

    Hello all! After a lot of hard work, my second short film is finally finished. I'd be majorly appreciative if you could give it a watch, as well as provide any and all feedback you can! I've already ripped this movie to shreds in my head, and am looking forward to making the next one, but would love to hear any thoughts that could help me in my progression as a filmmaker.

    So watch it here.

    Also, if you have…

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  • Coda



    Majestically beautiful, and boundless with its artistic creativity. A slow start, leading to an ultimately brilliant short, showcasing an expansive idea in a simplified and telegraphed way, that’s so digestible, and painfully intellectual. A real marvel.

  • Lust



    I think a fundamental issue I have is that I don't really care for one, Gaspar Noé. Especially not his film Love. It's his most maddening, self indulgent, pretentious, mess that I've stumbled across (sorry fans!). I’m not even in the camp of most detractors; I don't mind the unsimulated sex, or focus on such, but just the forced and laborious nature of the storytelling was a total bore and far from engaging (and way too in your face with…

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  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water


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

    Look. I’m gonna try my best to stay calm, and logical, because I don’t want to get into debates, and I don’t want to just shit on something that I know a lot of people love. Everyone has their own opinion, and I respect that. This was simply not for me. In fact this is the fourth Guillermo Del Toro film I’ve seen, and it’s the fourth I haven’t liked (Pan’s Labryinth (2.5), Hellboy (1.5), And Crimson Peak (.5)). There’s…

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    Saw this in 70 MM in Chicago, which was about a four and a half hour drive from where I live. The experience was incredible, not only having never been to Chicago, but to experience my favorite movie in it's optimal format. I've had equally meaningful viewings of this film (mostly in relation with the influence of certain mind-altering drugs(*hint, hint, wink, wink*)), but never has it looked and felt so powerful. Seeing it blown up to it's largest proportions,…