Favorite films

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Mirror
  • Spirited Away

Recent activity

  • The Keep


  • Titane


  • Dune


  • Altered States


Pinned reviews

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    Laura Palmer's death, which began the events of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, is one that in Fire Walk With Me, is allowed it's victim a sense of honest agency, wider tragedy, and more clear purpose.

    An overwhelming, sad, inevitability that is shown with a sense of folding in on itself and even simultaneous events of the series' past, present, and even future. All presented with Lynch's signature direction, and the disturbing atmosphere and world Twin Peaks presented.…

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Since a young child, film has been one of the most important facets, forms of escapism and inspirations and routes of creativity for my now adult life. One important franchise that played a big part into this was the Star Wars franchise. Seeing the original trilogy (New Hope, Empire, Return) as a child on those 3 VHS tapes was magnificent and for me joined the likes of Steven Spielberg's E.T. The Extraterrestrial and John Lasseter's Toy Story in films that…

Recent reviews

  • Titane



    Palm D'our 2021 Winner huh? Considered for the Foreign Film Academy Award nomination for France huh? People... Really gravitating towards this huh?

    OK. I'll try not to be a smartass or anything here. Because it seems many people (many of which are mutual friends of mine here and other places) are really digging this film and those who haven't seen it yet are excited to see it. And I don't want to taint any of their perceptions before they go…

  • Dune



    The respect and love Villenuve and the staff have for the original book of Frank Herbert’s Dune is palpable here.

    Really bringing the Atreides, Harkonnens and other around Arrakis and the surrounding world to cinema in a way that I can only compare to a level of craft and detail to Peter Jackson and his team on The Lord of the Rings.

    From the intricate lexicon of its characters and their language, the politics of the world, touching on many…

Popular reviews

  • Cans Without Labels

    Cans Without Labels


    Fuck you, John K.

    You mock modern cartoons for having a samey art-style hut your shit hasn't changed since you fucking started. You have this holier than thou opinion of yourself and your work which in itself has inconsistencies abound. Jesus fucking Christ.

    The uncanny valley moments of your characters in your ugly-ass environment. How can something be simultaneously moving yet still? Honestly. Your lack of pacing and timing. And reliance on unfunny gross-out. The hackney ass voice acting. How…

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    Weird, beautiful, deeply thematic, incohereant and confusing, all within surreal, sexy, Arthurian medieval  fantasy.

    You’re goddamn right it’s a masterpiece for me.