Favorite films

  • Little Shop of Horrors
  • Wild Strawberries
  • Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
  • The Wolf House

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  • Night and Fog


  • Arctic Monkeys Live at Kings Theatre


  • Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.


  • Fast X


Pinned reviews

  • The Grinch

    The Grinch


    Yes, the Whos down in Whoville liked Christmas a lot, but the Grinch - in his cave north of Whoville, did not!

    There once was a boy, well a man by a pinch, who took off for the movies to watch the new Grinch. It wasn’t by Pixar, nor Laika, nor Disney, ‘twas by Illumination, and as such was a pity. With crass humour and popping colours the tale was foretold before they telled it, and not even crisp renders…

  • Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical

    Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical


    I’m nearly 25 years old. I’ve already seen this once before. I’ve read the book more times than I’ve seen my own father, watched Danny DeVito’s film more times than I’ve heard my mother say she loves me. And here I am, crying with an immovable rock lodged in my throat in the cinema, once again desperately wishing I could crawl inside this story and escape the pain and hurt of years of begging for a love and a recognition…

Recent reviews

  • Night and Fog

    Night and Fog


    TW: Holocaust, Concentration Camps, Descriptions of Death/Bodily Harm

    There’s a moment in this essential, remarkable, yet utterly soul-destroying half-hour documentary where - after witnessing horror upon horror inflicted by the Nazis in their concentration camps - we see the Allies arriving to liberate the survivors of the Third Reich’s atrocities. But it doesn’t feel like liberation in light of the systematic dehumanising and destruction that had been wrought upon those who remained when the last of the SS were marched…

  • Arctic Monkeys Live at Kings Theatre

    Arctic Monkeys Live at Kings Theatre


    Alex Turner, the lyricist of his generation, and almost definitely the most iconic frontman in British rock this century. Can’t wait to be back in a packed out arena as my soul leaves my body to the sounds of the band that defined my coming of age and now soundtrack my life as I swing from milestone to milestone. Reyt good, in’t they?

Popular reviews

  • Friends: The Reunion

    Friends: The Reunion


    I just hope Matthew Perry is okay to be honest.

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    James Bond: We have all the time in the world.


    No Time To Die is a beautiful swansong for Daniel Craig’s James Bond, a film that really does feel like the culmination of all that came before it. Boasting the style and swagger of Casino Royale (which is nodded to in the obligatory pre-credit chase thanks to a heavily dialled up parkour segment - now with added bikes), the brutal viscera of QoS (there’s some phenomenal sound…