Favorite films

  • Twin Peaks: The Return
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Alien
  • Inferno

Recent activity

  • Scream


  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon


  • John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum


  • John Wick: Chapter 2


Pinned reviews

  • Aftersun



    I think that the fact that we can both see the sun, so even though we're not actually in the same place and we're not actually together, we kind of are in a way, you know? Like we're both underneath the same sky, so...kind of together.

    Vignettes and fragments of memories, trying to understand what is impossible to understand. Aftersun takes the small moments we remember, accurate or not, and asks - was that a sign? Should I have known?…

  • Skinamarink



    Skinamarink requires absolute engagement on its own terms. Corny as it sounds, it really must be watched in the dark, with no distractions, for its horribly oppressive atmosphere to completely envelop the viewer - but if the effort is made, the film offers a deeply unsettling and experimental narrative about unknowable horror through the eyes of a child.

    Taking inspiration from analogue horror series on YouTube like Local 58 and The Mandela Catalogue, Skinamarink is narratively murky with the aesthetic…

Recent reviews

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


    weightless, grey, overlong, dull. neutered and cowardly politics, CGI that was dated a decade ago. there are moments of this where you can feel what coogler and the crew working actually wanted it to be - but as with all of these movies it is smothered, smeared over by the grey/beige veneer of nothing.

    the tragic real-life passing of chadwick boseman is relegated to the occasional mention and a marvel logo featuring footage of his face. this isn't a tribute…

  • I, Robot

    I, Robot


    Watching this because I want to use the famous lines about robot art for my dissertation about AI artwork lol.

    Can a robot write a symphony? Can a robot turn a canvas into a beautiful masterpiece?

    Can you?

    This is a very 2000s movie. Will Smith is his typecast wise-cracking self, the CGI has aged like milk, people are wearing peak-Matrix-inspired leather trenchcoats - the works.

    There is some interesting stuff here though. Plenty of questions are asked about labour…

Popular reviews

  • Within



    genuinely horrible. disgusting letchy tone throughout, our protagonist is frequently mentioned to be JUST OLD ENOUGH to be sexualised. really gross framing of women, shitty 'monster' design, just nothing. gross and playing the most on fears of sexual violence

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    how does a directorial style disappear this much? what happened with this script? all of edgar wright's energy and flair is distractingly absent. the actors are all doing their best with what they're given but they all feel so wasted. thomasin mackensie gives a great performance but the writing, especially for her character, is so strange - the twists are easy to see coming and the scares aren't scary. I wanted to love this!