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Recent reviews

  • Exorcist: The Beginning

    Exorcist: The Beginning

    Shitty schlock to the highest-lowest degree. David Gordon Green should be grateful that this film exists to prevent The Exorcist: Believer from sitting at the very bottom of the franchise

    It's hilarious to watch this immediately after Dominion: Prequel to The Exorcist—which, by the way, is substantially better, even if it doesn't totally work—because you can see just how obvious it is that the actor who plays Chuma doesn't give a fuck this time around

  • The Exorcist: Believer

    The Exorcist: Believer


    Though it unintentionally inspires quite a few laughs, David Gordon Green's The Exorcist: Believer is kind of a baffling failure on all levels.

    The trailers made the film look to be generic, soulless, and lame...and they accurately reflected the final product, which seems like it was designed in the most uncreative corporate lab to appeal to absolutely no one. It certainly doesn't seem like it'd appeal to anyone who likes one or more of the following:
    - The Exorcist (film…

Popular reviews

  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre


    2022's Texas Chainsaw Massacre may not have been made by Netflix, but it's easy to see why it was dumped there.

    Leatherface yeets hammers, bodies, and chainsaws in this installment that apes a lot from 2018's Halloween...though quality-wise it's closer to Halloween Kills. That means it clears the low bar of being better than Texas Chainsaw 3D while also being fairly on par with 2017's Leatherface (which would be the superior film if not for the 'which character is Leatherface'…

  • The Thing

    The Thing


    Even though the aspect ratio was off & the screen wasn't wide enough, seeing John Carpenter's magnum opus—now 40 years old—in a movie theater with a great sound system hits different like you wouldn't believe. The notes of that main theme penetrate your brain and soul, and the sounds of the titular alien pierce your ears (in a good way) like never before.

    I remember going to Blockbuster as a very young child and seeing a copy of The Thing From…