Favorite films

  • In the Mouth of Madness
  • From Dusk Till Dawn
  • Ginger Snaps
  • Oldboy

Recent activity

  • Pathaan


  • A Haunting in Venice


  • Prom Night IV: Deliver Us from Evil

  • Prom Night III: The Last Kiss


Recent reviews

  • A Haunting in Venice

    A Haunting in Venice


    A whodunit of coziness. Shallow and theatrical, Branagh stages his third murder-mystery, this time in an old Venice masonry. In a department store novel version of "Don‘t Look Now“ there's Gothic ambience, lurking shadows and strange happenings. And, of course, a mystery that needs solving. But without any help from the audience, because Haunting in Venice is not a movie to follow, because of course no one is allowed to know how the master detective comes up with his ingenious…

  • Cobweb



    Cobweb is one of those horror films whose set pieces are all familiar from somewhere, but which, when put together, nevertheless make for an uneasy, sometimes very scary and surprisingly brutal film. The initially familiar story of the child who hears strange things, is not taken seriously by his parents and paints dark pictures at school is cleverly broken up in the later course. Cobweb plays with expectations of the genre, hits unexpected hooks, creates unexpected and perfidious situations and…

Popular reviews

  • The Super Mario Bros. Movie

    The Super Mario Bros. Movie


    Light, sweet and playful. Ideal for kids, nostalgic for adults. Without an adult humor note, because Nintendo keeps their brands clean as usual. There is virtually no story, but an empowered Peach. You'll look for the "Damsel in distress" in vain here, because the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom kicks some serious ass. In general, the film doesn't allow itself any breathing space and is constantly going full steam ahead. If you blink once, you've missed three Easter Eggs. In…

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

    Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


    Every now and then, there are big-budget blockbusters that remind me how much fun simple popcorn cinema can be. The last of these was Bullet Train. Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is the next in this series.

    Completely without expectations, I was excellently entertained here for over 130 minutes. The entire film is incredibly charming. The gag writing and timing is excellent. In addition, there is an extremely likeable cast with interesting characters who harmonize wonderfully. The character development and…