“Making a movie is casting a spell” - Kenneth Anger

Favorite films

  • Black Ice
  • Climax
  • Lost Highway
  • Fellini Satyricon

Recent activity

  • Black Ice

  • Mad Max: Fury Road


  • Comingled Containers

  • Untitled (For Marilyn)

Pinned reviews

  • Hard to Be a God

    Hard to Be a God


    Insane, Lets play God, you are the 4th wall in the swampy murky muddy grotesque dystopian wastelands in a hellish fog of pure chaos and anti intellectualism animalistic behavior on an alien earth.. Forget about entertainment, pleasure, plots, the past and future none of that matters…. 

    Fish like milk 

    Fear of Death is heresy 

    You’re on the edge of such a fiery abyss

    Are there souls or are there no souls?

  • Crash



    - David Cronenbergs adaptation based off J.G Ballards novel plays a fine line of a ridiculous premise but also a true masterwork of one the most unique films ever made. The weird erotic mood of the whole film is so strange yet so intriguing that by the end, you can start to make some sense of such a crazy weird fetish. 

    - All the actors performances were great but Elias Koteas as Vaughn really stood out, he played such a weird freak perfect. 

    maybe the next one darling, maybe the next one” 


Recent reviews

  • Toby Dammit

    Toby Dammit


    Condemned LSD trip... I love the
    Underground 💋 👧🏼🎈🏎️

  • Contempt



    Even in a theater with a gorgeous restoration kick rocks with this soulless snobbery

Popular reviews

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    - Live Q&A post screening w/ Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, and Scott Speedman. 

    -  I always adore the strange unique worlds Cronenberg builds, the dystopian city backdrop and weird set pieces I really loved in this film. 
    - The performances were good all around. Definitely felt  Kristen Stewart was the stand out. 
    - I did  find myself frustrated at the ending at first. I was expecting more and felt it ended abruptly but after sitting on it, I like how it leaves you to question the unknown. 

    - added half a star just because I’m in love w/ Léa Seydoux

  • Infinity Pool

    Infinity Pool


    - a bizarre ride.. oddly kind of funny in moments. Goth and Skarsgård were both great. Also this film has one of the most mesmerizing, hypotonic erotic scenes I’ve seen, maybe since crash?.. 🏝️👥🎭🩸🩸🩸🏊‍♂️🤝