Favorite films

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • Titicut Follies
  • Whisper of the Heart
  • A Married Couple

Recent activity

  • Coraline


  • Papillon


  • Daisy Kenyon


  • The Sweeper


Recent reviews

  • Coraline



    Steve's Priority Watchlist Project

    Horror films for kids is a very underrated genre that produces far more bangers that it's ever given credit for.

    As far as I'm aware though, there aren't that many animated ones, which I think is a surprise. Animation, as Coraline proves, gives you far more leeway in getting a vision on screen and finding clever and non-traumatising ways of scaring kids and keeping adults suitably engaged as well.

    Coraline isn't about monsters or ghosts, really,…

  • Papillon


    Steve's Priority Watchlist Project

    I'm still trying to get over the fact they remade this a few years ago and replaced Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman with Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek. That's some high comedy, right there.

    I did struggle with Papillon when I first watched it absolutely ages ago, mainly due to its length. No surprise there. Strangely, considering that my attention span gets shorter as I get older, I didn't struggle with it on a rewatch today.…

Popular reviews

  • Trainspotting



    Choose Letterboxd. Choose films. Choose downloading the app. Choose paying money for a membership just so you don’t have to see some fucker adding 500 films to their watchlist. Choose following a few thousand people and then never reading a fucking word they say. Choose writing β€œRead the full review on my website!” knowing full well no cunt is ever going to follow that link. Choose asking Sally Jane Black to watch Rogue Nation and then seeing her do a…

  • Life


    It's fine.

    The plot is fine.

    The special effects are fine.

    The music is fine.

    The direction is fine.

    The cinematography is fine.

    The pacing is fine.

    The acting is fine.

    The alien is fine.

    The deaths are fine.

    The beginning is fine.

    The middle is fine.

    The ending is fine.

    It's just, very, fine.