Jacob Sizemore

artist based in pittsburgh, works mostly in photo and video mediums


Favorite films

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Funeral Parade of Roses
  • The Dark Knight
  • Carol

Recent activity

  • But I'm a Cheerleader


  • Talk to Me


  • Gone Girl


  • Ocean's Eleven


Pinned reviews

  • The Dead Don't Die

    The Dead Don't Die


    The Dead Don't Die centers on a zombie apocalypse as experienced within a small town, very much akin to classic zombie movies like Night of the Living Dead. Much like the zombies within the film, though, The Dead Don’t Die is a slow and dreadful movie, and not even the cast can piece it back together.

    Read the full review at HN Entertainment.

  • The Bloodhound

    The Bloodhound


    This seems to be a pretty big hidden gem of this year that not a lot of people have seen despite it being quite short at a little over an hour long. Comparisons can be made to last years The Lighthouse, and the overall visual terror Eggers employs, or even stylings akin to Yorgos Lanthimos' work. Acting can be pretty stiltedly hollow at times; it can be hard to tell if always intentional, but distracting nontheless. Lots of aspects of…

Recent reviews

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

    Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


    Went from the biggest hater based on the marketing to begging everyone to see this so we get more big action movies with interesting set pieces, actually funny jokes, and care put into every aspect of it. Very fun flick. Plus seeing silly D&D monsters on the big screen is just really cool as a player/DM

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Plucked from the multiverse where Smosh went into making art house cinema

Popular reviews

  • The Perfect Human

    The Perfect Human


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

    Jørgen Leth is bringing these mundane tasks of these humans to our attention by saying they are perfect. These people aren't perfect, though, and throughout the film we can visibly see them slightly messing up in imperfect ways (like accidentally moving the plate slightly when serving food, or not cutting the nails properly). So this asks the question of why the narrator is telling us these people are perfect?

    For one, it could be that we are all perfect, and…

  • The Neighbors' Window

    The Neighbors' Window

    This feels like an insult to my intelligence as a viewer and to my emotions at a whole. It is so painfully obvious what this short is trying to tell you because of how violently it thrusts it's message onto the screen- the message being sometimes one upper middle class white family isn't better than another upper middle class family despite how it might seem on the outside. At the same time, though, it really has nothing to do with…