Favorite films

  • The Matrix Resurrections
  • Iron Man 3
  • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • Ford v Ferrari

Recent activity

  • Scream 4


  • Scream


  • Scream 3


  • The Faculty


Pinned reviews

  • The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It


    apparently, this is rated R for some disturbing images (a fat person running classifies as ‘disturbing’ these days).

  • Spencer



    this era’s Citizen Kane. 

    looking back on your childhood, coming to the realization that you can’t march to the beat of your own drum anymore. you can’t dance like no one’s looking, sing like no one’s hearing, talk like no one’s judging. it's freedom revoked for the construction of an appeasing image, one that’s expected from others. Spencer isn’t all gloom and doom, sure it sees that realization as a trap, but like all traps it can be escaped, you just need the courage to find the way out.

Recent reviews

  • Scream



    maybe we* were the killers all along

    *except for those who like Matrix 4 and The Last Jedi

  • Scream 3

    Scream 3


    words come to life and the STAB 3 script is read, twisted, altered, and even literally faxed at one point to put the Scream gang + STAB 3 cast through games in a haunted house, hilarious and thrilling in equal measure. then, Sidney shows up understandably hesitant only to retread old ground in an all-timer sequence in the sets of her childhood home before breaking away from her past and more *importantly* leaving the door open for a future. what a great end to the story! well onto the next one!!

Popular reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    reaching the end of my childhood, the image of Gary running alongside the lines of cars waiting for fuel amidst a shortage without a care in the world turns ever distant. now I’ll soon have to be that schmuck waiting in the car being increasingly late for work. being 19, it’s ways away but quickly approaching, and Licorice Pizza encapsulates those fears I have within every thread of its fabric: not knowing how to be an adult or even worse…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    mild spoilers: in 100 minutes manages to make a whopping one point about men being predatory, and spends another 5 minutes siding with those very same men by villainizing the victim of sexual harassment for the sake of a cheap twist, and ends with a student who attempted murder being adored by everyone for her fashion skills. Edgar Wright’s completely lost it.

    good thing we don’t have to spend another night in Soho