Favorite films

  • Princess Mononoke
  • Dead or Alive 2: Birds
  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • The Matrix Resurrections

Recent activity

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

  • High and Low


  • Birdemic: Shock and Terror

  • Star Wars


Recent reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    fed up with films that rework themselves to feel good, as good people, infinitesimally so, and then self-prescribe that goodness—rather than the conciliatory action—to a sense of moral worth. the bagel typifies the desire for nothingness as an affront to good feeling, despite finding Meaning as a blend of relation sans reciprocal agency, the deferred family at the center of the universe. a white screen is every other color artistically refined, cut short and presented before an audience lacking context,…

  • High and Low

    High and Low


    the man without a soul, pitied. reflective sunglasses in the heat of the night. locationally void, even within the limiting yokohama, no taxis stop for him, the phone booth revises his environment. taking aoki shinichi's drawing, it is a pictographic rendition of the view overlooking enoshima island, redefining space according to its essence; bodies overlaid on each other. the psychiatric institution projects the self onto the flexi-border, a translucent identifying disseverment that engages itself, the reflection looks back at its…

Popular reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    basically just this line spoken by copycat batman from the dark knight stretched to two hours and fifty six minutes. the symbolic orphan; the typified gotham citizen, first the fear and then the hope of a police searchlight. falcone dead and riddler uncovered, no lies to a digital eye but searching for truth is a misunderstanding of identity, the mask is the point because it typifies gotham's shadows—environmentally indistinct but for empty towers bearing the names of those long-dead, a…

  • Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

    Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

    acc very morbid that these kids' lives were upended, made to feel outcast by their fame, and what this documentary(? reunion?) seems to get out of that is 'how my life changed!' and 'yes queen talk about mental health' and not 'we need to seriously change the way we treat children who are presented on a global platform'. reflexivity forgone, there is no reckoning, only habit-memory. potter extends forever.