Adam Collins

Adam Collins


Former Movie Trivia Schmoedown Singles Champion and film enthusiast.

Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Dead Man
  • Blue Velvet
  • Sideways

Recent activity

  • Incident at Loch Ness


  • Collateral


  • Maniac Cop


  • Nightmare Alley


Recent reviews

  • Werewolves Within

    Werewolves Within


    Werewolves Within is an enjoyable comedic thriller with a charismatic cast and lots of clever dialogue that takes some pages out of Clue. Sam Richardson and Milana Vayntrub showcase their talent especially well and I look forward to seeing more from both of them. My biggest issue is that this is barely a werewolf movie and by the time anything remotely resembling a werewolf appears, the credits are about to roll. This is a solidly funny murder mystery that ends…

  • Psycho Goreman

    Psycho Goreman


    Psycho Goreman combines so many wonderfully insane concepts into a wildly entertaining adventure riddled with carnage and hilarity. It pushes every dollar of its limited budget and the result is an inspiring display of practical effects and costumes that are some of the most imaginative I've seen in awhile. The humor is perfectly balanced and incredibly dry at times which delightfully contrasts the film's bombastic visuals. I was reminded of The Monster Squad, Suburban Commando, Masters of the Universe, and Galaxy Quest, but Psycho Goreman also takes full advantage of its R-rating making it an utter joy to watch.

Popular reviews

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    Zack Snyder’s superhero behemoth is a testament to films deserving second chances. I found the 2017 version truncated yet watchable, but this iteration adds a tremendous amount of depth and delivers a genuinely intimidating villain in Darkseid who looms heavily over the entire film. Steppenwolf’s character development is another noticeable improvement and I found myself far more invested in his plight this time around. Cyborg and the Flash feel more rounded as well which infuses the Justice League with a…

  • Tenet




    Christopher Nolan has reached the point of believing he's created his own cinematic language and the audience just needs to catch up with him. Tenet is such a frustratingly complicated movie wrapped around a big old MacGuffin-y plot that only exists because the characters insist it's happening through unending expository dialogue. Tenet has tons of style and I actually liked Ludwig Gorannson's score, but this might be Nolan's most clinical and presumptuous film to date. Thank Christ for subtitles as well, because I would have missed half of the script without them.