Favorite films

  • Eraserhead
  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn
  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles
  • The Night of Counting the Years

Recent activity

  • The Perfume of the Lady in Black

  • Les Vampires

  • Noises Off...

  • Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show

Recent reviews

  • Les Vampires

    Les Vampires

    Worked pretty well with the Tenet score.

  • The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

    The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

    Perhaps the first sequel to comment reflexively on the nature of follow-ups; gangster Thomas Kent fails to recognize the enemy when he meets him in the person of Mabuse-obsessed (and -possessed) Professor Baum because he has only ever heard "a mechanical reproduction" of his master's voice. As Baum, Oscar Beregi is neither as frightening nor, in the end, as convincingly haunted as Rudolf Klein-Rogge. The supervillain in the age of mechanical reproduction: Mabuse appears in the original person of Klein-Rogge,…

Popular reviews

  • Zola


    Riley Keough deserves either a Nobel Prize or jail

  • Nomadland


    The movie aims for a documentary style and represents itself as a hybrid feature; the narrative following Frances McDormand's character Fern has the actress playing scenes alongside an ensemble of nonprofessionals. Some of them share stories of loss and struggle in extreme close-ups that do not feature McDormand, suggesting that her opposite reaction shots have been filmed separately and spliced together with the monologues. As well, the non-monologue scenes present themselves as self-conscious displays of spontaneity: every interaction between characters…