Steph Green

Film critic for IndieWire, the BFI, i-D, Sight & Sound, BBC Culture, Bright Wall/Dark Room, Empire, and elsewhere

Favorite films

  • The Long Day Closes
  • Body Double
  • Broadcast News
  • Dead Poets Society

Recent activity

  • Night of the Demon


  • A Haunting in Venice


  • Disclosure


  • Fair Play

Pinned reviews

  • Friday Night

    Friday Night


    thinking about the rolled up sleeves and stale nicotine, the arm hair peeping out at the wrist, the watches, socks, jackets, collars, the hungry desire, the gaze that makes you question everything, the translucent green eyes lowered onto lips, the kisses on the nape and fingertips on the steering wheel, the hot air and dark curls, the cuts, fades, steam, skin, the limbo, the oblivion.

Recent reviews

  • Disclosure



    gone up a whole star on rewatch (whiskey, chicken nuggets, screaming with laughter at demi moore's digicom avatar)


    "In 2018, Deadline interviewed Michael Douglas about a former female employee of his who had accused him of masturbating in front of her in 1986. He denied the claim. “The woman, it turns out, is a blogger,” he said. “It leads me to believe she either has or is trying to get a book deal…maybe she is disgruntled her career didn’t…

  • Fair Play

    Fair Play

    I have logged on.

Popular reviews

  • Withnail & I

    Withnail & I


    extremely worrying that I am attracted to these men

  • The Scary of Sixty-First

    The Scary of Sixty-First


    A schlocky giallo about the ghost of Jeffrey Epstein, self-involved QAnon-types dehumanising real victims with their bullshit, and the intoxicating, empty power of shared lies. "The important thing is that we're awake." As someone who can't get enough of bastardized pastiche, I am obviously obsessed.