Favorite films

  • Smokey and the Bandit
  • Targets
  • Fear City
  • Polk County Pot Plane

Recent activity

  • Dawn of the Dead


  • Night of the Living Dead


  • Saw X


  • The Brides of Dracula

Recent reviews

  • Saw X

    Saw X


    Contains the only fantasy trap sequence I can think of in the franchise. Probably one of the few Tobin Bell-heavy installments besides II and III, possibly JIGSAW. It's a little more unique in that it doesn't involve cops in any measure compared to the rest of the series. The focus on Kramer's medical providers really helped keep a focus that the aforementioned JIGSAW film couldn't. Possibly John Kramer's own DIE HARD, just SAW-flavored.

    This more than certainly earns its place in the next SAW franchise rewatch. I love the bizarre flow this franchise churns out. Such a SAW bitch.

  • Cannibal! The Musical

    Cannibal! The Musical


    Gets away with being so amateur by a combination of both its public television-looking sets and production, and Troma behind its distribution. It's beginning to feel like dad humor now, especially with how tired South Park has gotten for, oh, two decades now.

    There are still yet flashes of Zucker brothers comedy with the Ute Indian tribe and the saloon fight but there is something about CANNIBAL! that indicates the potato isn't baked quite all the way through. I'm still a fan of it, and think it's weirdly overdue for an HD transfer but something tells me it may never happen. It's all I'm asking for.

Popular reviews

  • Penda's Fen

    Penda's Fen


    DAY 7

    This is such an engrossing examination of identity in a world where children are pressured to settle where they lie in their society before a natural identity can even be formed. It's like pushing a half-baked mass into a mold and cutting the bits that don't exactly fit, or twisting them grotesquely underneath so that it looks the part from the top down, the unsightly developmental warts and tendrils smushed below an agreed-upon…

  • Gamera, the Giant Monster

    Gamera, the Giant Monster


    DAY 22

    Not just a knockoff. GAMERA throws everything that the Showa era GODZILLA flicks try out picture by picture in it and at a cool 75 minutes even. This one gets weirdly mean-spirited when it comes to the little kid, putting him in danger in nearly every sequence and even starting a scene with him nearly getting hit by a car. Recommended!