Favorite films

  • Like Someone in Love
  • Bait
  • The Meetings of Anna
  • The Ball at the Anjo House

Recent activity

  • There Will Be Blood


  • The Snails


  • Fantastic Planet


  • Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special


Pinned reviews

  • The Meetings of Anna

    The Meetings of Anna


    Impasto and sfumato of man runs deep; through the pyramids of her figure, the most natural anchor for judgement. We're all drawn to the human body, it's only natural, and to draw the human body in any environment is the most effective way to understand the vastness of that specific environment, and with context, future environments too. With this understanding, to present a human in any environment is to present a lack of control reinforced by Akerman's filmic rückenfigur, framing…

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    Those Dead/Empty: Fleeting skin peeling like minuscule dandruff in my hair with each rubbing motion, Sachi, just like you were living, Mum, only this is peaceful. Poetic conception, crying or killing in his bedroom? Certainly masturbating, to talk without penetration's aid, can you do it? Lived the long, long days, and through the long nights, it was worth suffering to feel nothing. To know the truth, to actually know. (The truth, no matter what it is, isn't that frightening).


Recent reviews

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit


    Familiar tracks muddied, new in the wake. Politics to porn, boardly speaking, topic must change, it can only through a human(s) will. Will the board oversee/Will the gambit ring true?
    Rhythmic, unspoken conversation... Resigned.

  • A Brighter Summer Day

    A Brighter Summer Day


    Most interesting as a literary critique of traditionalism. Mainland China retreat/flee; Taiwan, there to plant them, Japanese houses to house them, songs-from-the-States-to-escape; so much change so often mentioned in disdain, violence still prevails, still taught as first-resort—You have some nerve, be malleable, not stiff or hard for your Ming: Her. It was my negligence, it happens to us all, please excuse me just this once, or now is all I've got. A lively soul is never stifled by a fart,…

Popular reviews

  • The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong

    Reluctantly I went and I paid to see ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ in cinemas. I didn’t want to be there but still sat with a furrowed brow and watched respectfully, unlike a large portion of the packed full theatre. Stop clapping, cheering and clamouring during every moment of peace. You’re allowed to enjoy the movie, but don’t ruin it for everyone else.

    Nothing is surprising or interesting. The story goes exactly where you’d expect, the writing is as bad as you’d…