I am a film critic and blogger, and have been so since late 2007, going from starting my own movie review website, Movie World (which is still running), and then moving on to writing for various movie blogs.
In November 2008 I started writing for Screen Rant, a movie and TV news site that aims to bring a down to earth perspective on the action/sci-fi/blockbuster side of the movies. I now write for the renowned TwitchFilm.net, which focuses on foreign, arthouse, independent and cult cinema. I also write for Row Three, a website which is "about more than $200 million productions."
I have a varied taste in movies from big budget action flicks to foreign and art house fare. Some of my favourite movies include Pulp Fiction, The Big Lebowski, Rear Window, Oldboy, Psycho and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Some of my favourite directors include Quentin Tarantino, David Lynch, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick and the Coen brothers.
I'm just a film fan expressing my opinion.
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More Campfest than Frightfest.
Fascinating, bold, unique and utterly compelling.
Ultimately Cowboys & Aliens fails to fully deliver on its bold “geek dream” premise.
One of those rare summer blockbusters which has just as much brain as it does brawn.
Good old fashioned entertainment.
A true end of an era.
Terrence Malick's fifth effort is arguably his finest yet.
My closing thoughts on the EIFF 2011, including my picks of the best and worst the festival had to offer.
Philip Seymour Hoffman continues to prove his worth as one of the best actors in the business.
Fails to deliver on its intriguing premise.