Favorite films

  • The Fog
  • Go Go Tales
  • Queen Kelly
  • Hour of the Wolf

Recent activity

  • Safe in Hell


  • Philadelphia

  • Frank Stein

  • Ambulance


Pinned reviews

  • Life, and Nothing More...

    Life, and Nothing More...


    even with terrible death and pain constantly just out of frame this is filled with such an overwhelming commitment to the inherent beauty not of life itself necessarily, but in living and in continuing to live. there’s something so moving about the simplicity of not halting everything in order to grieve until you’re far enough removed from your pain, but allowing yourself to continuously grieve while moving forward

  • Vertigo



    cinema is an art of possession. it's where histories, traumas, desires take root in pre-existing forms which have little significance on their own, but are made powerful through relation to things beyond themselves. suddenly color takes on the weight of the supernatural and infinite depths are opened up through mere movement.
    these abstractions find a home in representations that live and breathe on their own, but that can be contorted into the image of something less tangible. taking on new…

Recent reviews

  • Frank Stein

    Frank Stein

    Post-montage. Brings cinema closer to music or painting than anything else I’ve seen I think

  • 6 Underground

    6 Underground

    Fuck you michael bay

Popular reviews

  • Four Nights of a Dreamer

    Four Nights of a Dreamer


    pathetic and relatable. just like any great romance

  • Belly



    this owes a lot to it’s influences, but it still stands as one of the most thoroughly unique pieces of american cinema post new hollywood. it’s an actual crime williams couldn’t get another feature made after this. what an immense talent.

    couldn’t stop thinking about edward yang during the near pitch black shootout with ox