Favorite films

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Your Name.
  • The Thing
  • Evil Dead II

Recent activity

  • Tilbury


  • Eternals

  • Dune


  • Don't Look Up


Recent reviews

  • Tilbury



    This wonderfully surreal ride opens with one of the most insane myths I've ever come across and only escalates from there. I absolutely see how this will not be for everyone, but I was totally engrossed start to finish. Between the uncomfortable, awkward, sometimes genuinely creepy tone that laid over the whole thing and some surprisingly engaging visuals, this is absolutely a notch above what you would expect from made for TV movies. The goofier elements, like the yogurt puke…

  • Eternals


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Yet another talented indie filmmaker swallowed up by the Disney industrial complex to create a dull, lifeless entry in this increasingly labored Marvel Universe, this time exceptionally dull and exceptionally labored. It's an agonizing two and a half hours of people standing around talking about things they're going to do and explaining who they are. With all that exposition, the story still ends up phenomenally convoluted for what essentially amounts to "kill this guy or he will kill everything". Or…

Popular reviews

  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

    Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I've been watching each "Star Wars" movie for what is basically the first time, and I'm absolutely over the moon that I finished the original trilogy and now get to watch the prequels which, if this is anything to go by, are absolutely stellar.

    Explaining why this movie is so bad it would be news to precisely 0 people. The acting is absolutely terrible across the board (which, with talented actors like this, indicates more of a problem with the…

  • Unfriended


    Ok, is this crappy, low effort, exploitative crap meant to cash in on stupid teenagers? Yes, obviously, it's called "Unfriended". However, after being forced to rewatch it, I can't help but admire it on some level. The concept, while executed poorly, really is ingenious. Beyond that, though, it just flowed way easier than I remembered. There's some fun to be had in the gleeful violence of certain kills, the banal arguing of these trashy assholes, and the over the top…