Favorite films

  • August in the Water
  • Synecdoche, New York
  • Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure
  • Wax, or The Discovery of Television Among the Bees

Recent activity

  • Doctor Sleep


  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon


  • The Shining


  • The Bad Guys


Pinned reviews

  • Song to Song

    Song to Song


    Life is hard. There’s bumps in the road, cracks in the streets, and ditches in the gravel. Despite this, you have to keep going if you want to keep living. Sometimes you feel as if you’re living for nothing—other times you feel as if there’s too much to live for. You feel like a let down. You feel like dirt. It’s overwhelming. However, even in the smallest aspects of life, there’s beauty. Terrence Malick’s Song to Song perfectly encapsulates the…

  • Prospero's Books

    Prospero's Books


    I felt like I was watching a playthrough of some gonzo Phillips CD-i or Sega CD game. So much in fact, I was expecting the Angry Video Game Nerd to pop up at any second and be like "WHY'S THERE SO MANY NAKED PEOPLE??? AND WHATS WITH THE LITTLE KID WHO KEEPS PISSING!?! WHAT WERE THEY THIIIINKIIIING?"

Recent reviews

  • The Bad Guys

    The Bad Guys


    Man, I’m so glad Dreamworks is focusing their efforts on more stylized CGI animation. If CGI is truly here to stay, then this is the type of art direction I pine for. The 2D eyes and facial expressions really popped. The action/motion lines were an excellent addition as well.

    Wears its Lupin influences on its sleeve, but I love that about it. Funny movie.

  • Darkman



    The perfect bridge between Raimi's splatter horror films and his superhero films—while also carrying on a unique aesthetic of its own. The editing in this is literally insane and I ate up every second of it.

Popular reviews

  • Horrid Henry: The Movie

    Horrid Henry: The Movie


    Okay, okay, okay.... I KNOW. Let me explain:

    I've had this movie in my 1/10s for the longest time. It's my favorite "so-bad-its-good" type movie—for some reason, I always came back to it.
    Something about this film's visual flair and personality is just so... fun! I honestly can't even describe the post-ironic joy I get while watching this film. Perhaps I am no longer jaded by what is now known as "cringe culture", but I find myself genuinely enjoying this…

  • Mood Indigo

    Mood Indigo


    I pine for more films that look THIS beautiful. Like, wow, I was blown away over how beautiful every single frame of this film is.