4 Kongs, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

4 Kongs, 3 Weeks and 2 Days


Favorite films

  • Elvis
  • Saturday Night Fever
  • The Saragossa Manuscript
  • Nowhere

Recent activity

  • Bad Biology


  • One Sings, the Other Doesn't


  • Saturday Night Fever


  • Our Hospitality


Pinned reviews

  • Paint Drying

    Paint Drying


    Over however many weeks or months it takes, I'm going to be doing a total revamp of my ratings and rankings, year by year. My goal is to finish with a more accurate set of scores that places a greater value on true cinematic excellence. Given how many films I've seen, it's going to take a moment, so please bear with me.

Recent reviews

  • Bad Biology

    Bad Biology

    Bad Biology is your classic story of boy meets girl, except that girl has seven clits and boy has a literal monster cock. Directed by cult favorite Frank Hennenlotter and co-scripted by him and underground rap virtuoso R.A. the Rugged Man, the movie is gleefully dumb and as vulgar as it gets. My best friend rented this disc from Netflix, because he's the only person in the world who still has a DVD Netflix account. We watched this together on…

  • One Sings, the Other Doesn't

    One Sings, the Other Doesn't

    Filled with abject rage and disgust following the repeal of Roe v. Wade, I chose to watch a film relating to abortion, which led to me pulling out my Complete Agnes Varda Criterion box set and selecting One Sings, the Other Doesn't. The subject matter is handled well, which is no surprise given that Varda was arguably one of the all-time great feminists in the arts. As a film, unfortunately, it just isn't very entertaining at all. Occasionally featuring eye-rolling…

Popular reviews

  • Videodrome


    Rewatching it in 2022, the scariest element of Videodrome is the presence of noted Twitter troll James Woods. (All things considered, Woods is excellent in the lead role.) Videodrome is undeniably a great film, but I now find myself more attached to its spiritual successor eXistenZ.

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up


    Apparently, in the year 2021, satire isn't allowed to be blunt and impactful anymore. The primary criticisms lobbed at Adam McKay's Don't Look Up are that it is allegedly smug and unsubtle. Well, yeah, that's sort of the point, guys. With what is clearly a passion project, McKay appears to have had no interest in calm restraint. Frankly, why the fuck should he? Using a potentially apocalyptic meteor as a stand-in for global warming and the anti-vax crowd, Don't Look…