Favorite films

  • Urusei Yatsura: Lum the Forever
  • Chibi Maruko-chan: My Favorite Song
  • Malice@Doll

Recent activity

  • Eye Myth

  • Vortex

  • Initial D Extra Stage 2

  • Initial D Extra Stage

Pinned reviews

  • A Piece of Phantasmagoria

    A Piece of Phantasmagoria

    Reality as a product of cinema. Everything we know is reflected onto through the artwork of mankind. Existentialism not to connect with its audience nor provide insight into the unknown, but to inspire. Dreams made with the purpose of expanding our horizons beyond what may be visible to the human mind. A peace lying in universes which surpass our needlessly cramped three-dimensional space. Crudely drawn, yet infinite in its coverage. Tamura's expanded version of the Glassy Ocean segment had me…

  • April Story

    April Story

    Personally, I love those little barriers that let you know you're watching a movie. The French new wave kickstarted an age of meta, utilizing fourth-wall breaks and weaving the filmmaking directly into the narrative. Faster editing and more complex camerawork were involved, making the viewer more impressed with the film itself rather than its actual contents. Not to say that this can't be taken too far (Jean-Luc Godard's recent Film Socialisme is pretty much one big barrier and also a…

Recent reviews

  • Initial D Extra Stage

    Initial D Extra Stage

    Women only like two things: fast cars and cute boys who drive fast cars. If you disagree you’re objectively wrong and bluepilled.

  • Bakemonogatari


    Always been worried that this would be something I'd outgrow, but nope. Every time I watch it I fall in love with it all over again and find its problematic elements relatively neglectable. Ironically, I think it's the later, more heavily praised bits of the series (specifically Owarimonogatari) that I find far more conventional and significantly weaker as time goes on. I've watched thousands more pieces of film and television than I had when I first laid my eyes on Bakemonogatari, but it still manages to stand out as one of the most unique and irreplicable works of art that I've seen.

Popular reviews

  • Death to 2021

    Death to 2021

    A moderator has removed this review.

  • Capybara Walking

    Capybara Walking

    Whereas Capybara Walking used to be just another Eadweard Muybridge film created for the sake of simply utilizing the medium at all, it has now become something far greater. These thirty seconds are no longer just another early clip of a bygone era; a short piece looked at as little more than unremarkable. It's a representation of our current humor in this age of social media. It portrays an appreciation achieved through exhaustion turned comedy. The simplistic yet absurd purity…