Tobias Nilsson

Tobias Nilsson

Favorite films

  • The Evil Dead
  • Alien
  • The Fog
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Recent activity

  • Barbie


  • Jolly


  • Treevenge


  • MR James: Ghost Writer


Recent reviews

  • Barbie



    Something seems amiss in the Barbie Dreamland, and this prompts Barbie to hit the road to figure out what's wrong and to fix it.

    Ok, wow. Wow! I had high expectations for this one, given all the good word of mouth it has gotten since its release, but it still managed to go above and beyond!
    There is so incredibly much that can be said about this film, and much of it has been said already by far wiser people…

  • Jolly



    A man wakes up on his couch, because the Santa doll head next to him starts speaking. Nothing alarming, just your standard "Ho ho ho" phrases, but after a second it takaes a darker turn and becomes threatening.

    A four minute holiday horror short, which manages to pack quite a tense build up for such a short time and limited setting. The ending could have been more explosive, but I assume there were strict budgetary reasons.
    Overall, nice good looking product that delivers on tension and creepiness. Very nice.

Popular reviews

  • Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material

    Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material


    Jimmy Carr mocking rape, mocking racism, mocking veganism/vegetarianism, mocking youth, mocking women, and I could probably go on, but thankfully I fell asleep only a short way into this.

    Honestly, apparently anything he doesn't stand for himself, is open to ridicule, and I guess his opening line pretty much says it all;

    "I'm a white male with an opinion, so you better listen up!"


  • The Call of Cthulhu

    The Call of Cthulhu


    If anyone would be able to properly get a H.P. Lovecraft story translated to the silver screen, it would of course be the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.
    Having worked for so long with his stories in different ways such as role-playing, music making, radio drama and more, no other group of people could have a better foundation to build upon than these guys, led by Andrew Leman and Sean Branney.

    Taking the story back to when it was originally published,…