Christopher Perkins

It’s all love and all pride for cinema in this haus. 📼

Favorite films

  • Moonlight
  • Brother to Brother
  • Paris Is Burning
  • Looking for Langston

Recent activity

  • Blinded by the Light


  • Euphoria: F*ck Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob


  • Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always


  • Last Days

Recent reviews

  • Official Competition

    Official Competition


    Official Competition is a surprisingly hilarious satirization of the filmmaking process. It’s a relatively restrained comedy. Especially compared to other farces within this sub ‘behind the scenes/movie making’ genre (i.e. Christopher Guest’s For Your Consideration).

    Yet despite not exhibiting obvious gut punch laughs, the humor still manages to land uproariously. Much in due part to the funny, and at times, biting screenplay. There’s a level of self awareness that sets the tone for intelligent meta commentary on artistic pretentiousness among…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is one of the rare examples of a sequel being better than its predecessor. The original wasn’t bad by any means. However, this follow up feels a lot more memorable. Mostly due to Sam Raimi’s direction. His signature blend of comedy & horror adds a distinctness among all MCU entries so far. That’s not to say it’s a perfect film — because it certainly isn’t. Some new roles (i.e. America Chavez) are underdeveloped. There…

Popular reviews

  • Dry Wind

    Dry Wind


    You know how in the 70’s porn tried to go mainstream? There was a certain sophistication to seeing a XXX flick in a theater as an erotic experience. Dry Wind is essentially that kind of film for me. 

    What an invigorating, liberating, beautifully made, fantasy of desire and sex. It perfectly captures the fever dream state of queer euphoria. The movie is in your face about sexuality but is crafted with art house style. 

    It’s one of the wildest, raunchiest, dirtiest, sexiest, gayest pieces of cinema I’ve ever seen. And I loved every moment.

  • Girls Trip

    Girls Trip


    In an era of transparency, a great trailer can unintentionally set a film up for inevitable disappointment.

    Hollywood has this habitual tendency to reveal too much of the plot or the funniest bits in preview clips. Especially for R-rated comedies.

    So in turn I wasn't expecting much from "Girls Trip". I knew it would have hilarious moments. But I didn't think it would exceed my assumptions. did!

    The movie is a raunchy, salacious, laugh out loud comedy with a…