Favorite films

  • Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Adolescence of Utena
  • Tampopo
  • Violent Cop
  • Ichi the Killer

Recent activity

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On


  • Radio City Fantasy


  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World


  • 2001: A Space Odyssey


Recent reviews

  • The Tale of Genji

    The Tale of Genji


    It's impressive how Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji is a timeless story 1000 years after being released, or the world's first novel. Not only the first novel but an exploration of Romance and the Psychology within it. Alongside a perspective of living during the Heian period. A culture that was surrounded by and based on Chinese culture.

    The Tale of Genji details the life of Hikaru Genji, and his many love affairs while providing a perspective within the Imperial…

  • 36



    36 is a film about snapshots of time, memory, and loss.

    The film centers on a Location Scout Photographer who meets an Art Director and loses years' worth of photos due to a corrupt hard drive. With the film being structured into "36" exposures of a full-length film roll, each section is shot telling the story of the relationship between the characters and the latter being the events of losing her photos and how to recover them. A person she…

Popular reviews

  • Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time


    How will a franchise end that's been ongoing for so many years? That was the question I had when I watched Evangelion 3.0+1.0.

    I've been satisfied with how Evangelion ended. Such as the final 2 episodes of the series ending off with Shinji accepting himself, and Shinji realizing how life is going to be painful and how he'll have to live through it in End of Evangelion.

    This time in 3.0+1.0, Shinji finds closure for himself and others.

    The entirety…

  • The Garden of Sinners: Paradox Spiral

    The Garden of Sinners: Paradox Spiral


    Kara no Kyoukai is an animated series of films that would completely change my perspective on animation and film as a whole.

    I was able to discover Kara no Kyoukai when I was browsing through YouTube and I encountered a fight scene in this movie. That fight scene was... so colorful, beautifully animated, and choreographed. It also persuaded me to watch the series. Before I did that, I decided to get myself into Nasu's work before approaching Kara no Kyoukai.…