Favorite films

  • Pennies from Heaven
  • Sunshine
  • For a Few Dollars More
  • Prince of Darkness

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  • Knock at the Cabin


  • Aliens vs Predator: Requiem


  • Suspiria


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Recent reviews

  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    "Knock At The Cabin" (2023)
    * dir: M. Night Shyamalan
    * Mystery / Horror / ...On Heaven's Door
    [ ★★★★ / ★★★★★ ]

    Hate to say it, being as I consider myself a diehard card-carrying member of the (inexplicable to many) cult of M. Night: but rarely have I seen a motion picture that I was thoroughly enjoying suddenly fall apart so catastrophically in its final 15 minutes. It was like a beautiful bicycle that someone forgot to fully tighten…

  • Aliens vs Predator: Requiem

    Aliens vs Predator: Requiem


    "Aliens vs Predator: Requiem" (2007)
    * dir: Colin Strause & Greg Strause
    * Horror / Science Fiction / Whoever Wins, Who Cares?
    [ ★★ / ★★★★★ ]

    Sure...this movie is terribly written, exceedingly boring, gratuitously violent, and dumber than an industrial-sized bag of hammers.

    But it DID break fresh new ground by being the first motion picture to be entirely lit by someone playing "Angry Birds" on a Sony Ericsson S500i from the house across the street.

    From the house WAAAAAY across the street.

Popular reviews

  • Prince of Darkness

    Prince of Darkness




    "Prince Of Darkness" (1987)
    * dir: John Carpenter
    * Horror / Dread / Getting Donald Pleasance To Say "Pure Evil" Again
    [ ★★★★★ / ★★★★★ ]

    "Our logic collapses, at a subatomic level, into ghosts and shadows."

    "There is truth in flesh."

    I'm so happy to be seeing the overwhelmingly high scores for this one all over Letterboxd lately as people rediscover or watch it for…

  • Skinamarink



    "Skinamarink" (2022)
    * dir: Kyle Edward Ball
    * Horror / Mystery / Pretty Sure This Is What Being Dead Feels Like
    [ ★★★★★ / ★★★★★ ]

    A movie that perfectly recreates the sensation of being awake for way way too long until you reach the point where everything feels both unreal and hyper-real at the same time.

    Would make an excellent double feature with "The Wolf House", as both films have powerful and wholly distinct visual aesthetics that do the…