Favorite films

  • The Age of Innocence
  • Yentl
  • A Tale of Love and Desire
  • Batman

Recent activity

  • Dangerous Liaisons


  • The Wolf Man


  • Friday the 13th


  • Fear


Pinned reviews

  • Lady Chatterley's Lover

    Lady Chatterley's Lover

    I've written another guest post for Back Row, this time on the new Netflix adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover, an infamous novel that, as it turns out, isn't too easy to adapt. Read my thoughts here!

  • Bells Are Ringing

    Bells Are Ringing


    I got to be a guest on Cinema60, my favorite podcast! I was so excited to be invited on and had so much fun talking with Bart and Jenna about one of my favorite 60s movies, Bells Are Ringing. Listen to our conversation here!

Recent reviews

  • Dangerous Liaisons

    Dangerous Liaisons


    I just want to know who was like "you know that movie Dangerous Liaisons where the two lead characters commit absolutely heinous acts but there is also a nuance and humanity to their characters that makes them compelling, in junction with masterful performances from Glenn Close and John Malkovich that lift this story out of simply exhibiting brutality for brutality's sake and instead scathingly depict a time and place defined by hypocrisy, a false sense of propriety, and cruelty towards…

  • The Wolf Man

    The Wolf Man


    If Universal really does want to bring back the Universal Monsters franchise, they need to start by making those remakes a cool 65-70 minutes, 80 minutes tops

Popular reviews

  • The Housemaid

    The Housemaid


    The Housemaid is basically only male anxiety. Male anxiety about what would happen if women treated men like how men treat women (systemically not individually). Our main male character is technically in the position of power as a patriarch and a teacher, and when his power goes unchecked, his world is safe and normal. But as soon as a student is inappropriate to him, his grip on male power (specifically sexual dominance) disappears. He is the one being desired inappropriately.…

  • Hollywood



    There is a throwaway line in Hollywood where Ernie, hoping the film he's starred in will win Best Sound Editing, is frustrated when that Oscar actually goes to Body and Soul. He calls Body and Soul "that piece of shit".

    Hollywood is built around self congratulatory masturbation for its creators. Lord knows how proud Ryan Murphy must be for rewriting Hollywood history in an attempt to give a voice to Black men and women, Asian-American women, and gay men who…