Favorite films

  • Mad World
  • I Dream in Another Language
  • The Dead and the Others
  • Malila: The Farewell Flower

Recent activity

  • [REC]⁴ Apocalypse


  • [REC]³ Genesis


  • [REC]²


  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance


Recent reviews

  • [REC]⁴ Apocalypse

    [REC]⁴ Apocalypse


    [•REC]⁴: Apocalypse is a return to form and that’s thanks to returning director Jaume Balagueró, who co-directed the first two entries with Paco Plaza. [•REC]⁴: Apocalypse sees the tension return to the series along with some of the bloody zombie action from the previous film.

    though [•REC]⁴: Apocalypse could have been better, it’s an improvement from [•REC]³: Génesis. it works in its controlled environment but again i do miss the demonic/anti-catholic themes and eerie texture that was offered earlier on…

  • [REC]³ Genesis

    [REC]³ Genesis


    [•REC]³: Génesis begins with what we’ve come to expect from the franchise with the found footage formate but once the zombie action kicks off the film switches to the traditional style of cinematography as to keep things more focused and less chaotic as it would have become with the found footage format.

    though [•REC]³: Génesis doesn’t lean heavily on the themes of the previous two films concerning the demonic possession zombies and more into just plain zombie carnage, it still…

Popular reviews

  • This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection

    This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection


    This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection... is firstly a very beautiful film directed by Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese.

    “This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection” is a fantastic film, though for me it's troubled by its pacing in middle. it's still fantastic. Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese crafts a poetic film that's packed and layered with symbolism.

    when widow Mantoa played wonderfully by Mary Twala Mhlongo, loses the last of her children. she prepares for her death, however death doesn't…

  • Prayers for the Stolen

    Prayers for the Stolen



    Prayers for the Stolen works because the scenes don’t feel like they are scenes lmaoo idk if i’m making sense but maybe it’s because of it’s subject matter but the film has this amazing fluidity and tension that’s underscored by the characters need to live their lives and know joy even if they live in a war zone and are in constant danger of being sex trafficked.

     “Prayers for the Stolen” is brilliant.