Favorite films

  • Opera
  • The Fog
  • The Changeling
  • Inferno

Recent activity

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street


  • Highway


  • Barfi!


  • Avtaar


Recent reviews

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

    A Nightmare on Elm Street


    Vintage Craven. That tongue through the telephone scene 👌🏽😧

    I really love how this film and Scream make you feel at home in their world with the teenage corniness and knack for well timed comedy. Then comes the horror. In an undeniably creepy, hair raising premise. I still don't know what the fuck happened at the end.

    Still, not tense enough for me. Maybe I'll watch Halloween to make up for that.

  • Highway



    Nobody cares what really happened — the murky brooks and alleyways of reality elude classification, make people deeply uncomfortable within their neatly constructed social lives. It's like a spectre threatening to break in through the window. That's why everybody cares what really looks like — cause that's more like it. Easier to assign blame, decide labels of binaries, and feel surer about themselves & their world perception. For them a highway is just a road to a destination. For others, like…

Popular reviews

  • Rebecca



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Love some of his other works, but Hitchcock gets this wrong.

    Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca is, at its heart of hearts, neither a romance nor a thriller. It is a psychological piece based on women's subjugation by society by making them submit to roles, through subtle emotional manipulation in the name of love, because of which they become willing to forgive their husbands' most vile crimes and trespasses. You see, in the book Max de Winter murders Rebecca. There is…

  • The Age of Innocence

    The Age of Innocence


    Society can be so disgusting when it dissuades you, insidiously, from what you love most. It's so so cruel.
    So can love not survive it?

    Perhaps it can. But just as memory or "abstractly, serenely.........a complete vision of all that he had missed", as Scorsese puts it. Cinema at its most heartbreakingly poetic.

    Just say I'm old fashioned. That should be enough. Says Newland Archer to his son as old memories of his age of innocence come rushing in —…